First batch of Gulliver’s Valley theme park tickets released ahead of opening in South Yorkshire
Gulliver’s Valley theme park has released a limited-edition batch of tickets to be booked ahead of its grand opening in South Yorkshire later this year.
Tickets for the theme park, which is set to open in Spring 2020 next to Rother Valley Country Park in Waleswood, will be available for advance purchase via its online booking system until midnight on January 5.
One hundred limited-edition tickets will be available for each open date between June and October 2020 and are priced at £12 each.
Announcing the news Dean Kimberley, Director of Guest Services at Gulliver’s, said: “To celebrate this milestone, we have also released 100 extra value tickets for every open date between June and October 2020, alongside our general admission tickets and overnight breaks.
“Priced at just £12, the tickets are going quick, with many dates already sold out at the special rate. We released these tickets on Christmas Eve and over 2000 sold that same day!”
The highly anticipated Gulliver’s Valley theme park will be full of exciting rides and attractions, including interactive areas such as a Lost Jurassic World and a Wild Western World, indoor attractions and various themed accommodation.
The family-run business has three highly successful and thriving UK theme parks, but the £37million Gulliver’s Valley will be its most ambitious and biggest theme park to date.
A day ticket includes entry to the theme park on the chosen date, access to rides and attractions, free on-site parking and a limited edition reusable drinking bottle.
Julie Dalton, Managing Director at Gulliver’s added: “Gulliver’s are committed to providing great value days out for families with young children and we are really looking forward to opening the gates to our fourth theme park this spring.
“The Rotherham and South Yorkshire community have been hugely supportive throughout the development, Gulliver’s Valley has been built for local families to enjoy, whilst also improving the regional economy and putting Rotherham on the map.”
Tickets and further information can be found at the Gulliver’s website: www.gulliversvalleyresort.co.uk