Gulliver’s Valley, the new theme park that is due to open in the spring next to Rother Valley Country Park in Rotherham, Yorkshire, is currently undergoing some finishing touches.
The £37 million theme park will feature more than 70 rides and attractions. One key attraction will be a Lost World zone with animatronic dinosaurs.
Gulliver’s Valley will be the fourth Gulliver’s theme park in Britain. The park is designed for children aged two to 13. As well as the Lost Dinosaur World, other attractions include an interactive soft play area, spinning coaster, laser tag and a water play area.
11 rides have been confirmed so far at Gulliver’s Valley, including a T-Rex Tower splash ride and River Tour, both in the Lost World zone. Blackbeard’s Barrels will be located in the Smugglers Wharf, where the Ghostly Galleon boat ride can also be found. There will also be a Lilliput Land carousel, a Toyland Ferris Wheel, and Frantic Fire Trucks, where youngsters will able to sample what it’s like to be a firefighter by spurting water jets at ‘burning’ buildings.
Other rides include Apache Falls, Prairie Ponies, the Sioux City Express and Desperado Drop, all located in Western World.
An official opening date for Gulliver’s Valley has not yet been set but the park is expected to open in the spring.