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All About...Chessington World Of Adventures

A park with 9 different areas to explore and home to another fist clinching, eye-popping ride, the 'Samurai', in the Mystic East zone. Transylvania features the Vampire Roller Coaster, the Forbidden Kingdom has Rameses Revenge, with each themed area having food on that tip to match. A handy bit of equipment is the Virtual Queue watch, which can help you build an action plan on how to hit the rides without waiting for ages.

When's It Open?

From the 5th April to 29th October, 10.00am to 6.00pm their doors will always be open to you.

What's the Damage?

Full Price:

  • You (14+), Mum or Dad   19,95

  • You (Under-14):   15.95

  • Disabled:   10.45

  • Family:   63.00

  • Under 4's go free

To cut the costs booking in advance will save you 1 a ticket, 2 on the family ticket. If you book for a specified day you save 2 a ticket, 4 on the family entry. If you're going with a big gang of mates, discount is offered for groups bigger than 12, which ideal.

How Do I get there?

Chessington is sign-posted from the A243.

More Info:

http://www.chessington.co.uk
TEL: 0870 444 7777


Sarah :o)


©1999-2003 Pupiline Limited, 2003-2008 Creative Commons. For info email Oli Originally powered by KeConnect Internet, now powered by XCalibre and the Big Boost, recovered thanks to Warrick


©1999-2003 Pupiline Limited, 2003-2008 Creative Commons. For info email Oli Originally powered by KeConnect Internet, now powered by XCalibre and the Big Boost, recovered thanks to Warrick


©1999-2003 Pupiline Limited, 2003-2008 Creative Commons. For info email Oli Originally powered by KeConnect Internet, now powered by XCalibre and the Big Boost, recovered thanks to Warrick