Water Chute

Water Chute

Splash Zone
Height Restriction
min: 0.9m
Accompanied Height
min: 0.9m - max: 1.1m
Water
Closed Today
Closed Tomorrow

1 Ticket per person or included with Ride wristband

Welcome to the oldest water chute in Britain, and one of the oldest surviving water-based rides in the world!

Designed by Charles Wicksteed, The Water Chute has thrilled visitors at Wicksteed Park since 1926.

This historic attraction is certainly a unique thrill and is even a listed monument! Located towards the back of the park, The Water Chute tower remains almost as originally built, except that in 1931 the original flat roof was replaced with a sweeping hipped roof to match the “house style” of contemporary structures in the park.

Visitors are seated in a wooden boat which slowly releases and rolls down a track into the lake creating a lovely big splash! The ride then uses a rope-pulley mechanism which is attached to the rear of the boat to pull itself back to the top, ready for the next group of visitors waiting in line for this fantastic historic ride.

This unique experience is one of the most popular attractions at Wicksteed Park and has created so many happy memories over the years!

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Ride Map

Curious to map out your adventure? Our comprehensive map of attractions provides a detailed overview of all the fun awaiting you. And for those who like to plan ahead, you can download your own copy of the map here!

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Accessibility

Before starting your adventure, it's essential to be informed. From understanding your ticket options to familiarising yourself with specific accessibility features, we've got you covered. Access all the crucial information you need to ensure a smooth and enjoyable visit, because at Wicksteed Park, inclusivity is at the heart of what we do.

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