A is for autumn

is for autumn

We’re open in October, plus it’s Halloween and fireworks night – whoopee!

LeavesAutumn at Wicksteed Park

Summer is over – boo! But don’t be too sad as there is so much to do at Wicksteed Park over the coming weeks and we’re going to tell you all about it on this page.

There’s an offer on October wristbands!

We’re open every weekend in October and half term week between 11 and 4pm. How great is that?

Tree Top WalkWe’re opening more than 20 of your favourite attractions every weekend in October and each day during half term week (Monday October 23 – Friday October 27). Fun things to do include Tree Top Walk and Dropslide. What’s more, you can enjoy a day of inclusive* activities from as little as £10 for senior citizens, £11 for adults/mini-me’s and £13 for children.

Book your wristbands online to save £1!

This is also your last chance to use up your 2017 ride tickets, so don’t miss out!

*Please note this does not include RUSH or Wickys Factory.

 

 

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Get ready for your visit to Wicksteed Park by quickly and easily ordering your wristbands online.

Meerkats

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80s Night

Friday October 27, 7pm-1am, Tickets £16 

Ever-popular live tribute band Rewind will take you back to the 80s, so dust off your legwarmers and get into the groove! Tuck in and enjoy a basket of tasty chicken strips and chips. Big Bopper Entertainment will keep you dancing in the dark with all your favourite 80s classics.

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Little Monsters’ Ball

Saturday October 28, 12-2pm

It’s that spooky time of year again! In full Halloween fashion, Wicky Bear and his crew will be performing some spooktacular dances, as well as hosting party games and a disco. Advance tickets are £6 for children and £2 for adults (50p more on the day). Come in fancy dress!

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Fireworks Night

Saturday November 5 from 5pm

Details TBC