Top 5 Dark Rides at Blackpool Pleasure Beach

Blackpool Pleasure Beach is a seaside park, located along the Fylde Coast, that has been running since 1896. Although Blackpool Pleasure Beach does feature a lot of great roller coasters like the new for 2018, Icon, and old wooden classics like Big Dipper, something Blackpool does better than most other UK theme parks is dark... Continue Reading →

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5 Rides I Miss at Alton Towers

Alton Towers has been open to the public since 1860 and officially as a theme park since 1980. With the park reaching its 40th birthday next year, we’ve seen a lot of rides come and go. Some have been transformed, some have been transported, and some have been completely removed. I’ve been visiting Alton Towers... Continue Reading →

Hoo Farm Zoo Keeper Experience

Hoo Farm Animal Kingdom is a family run zoo in Telford, Shropshire. The farm has been running for around 200 years but as the version we know today, Hoo Farm has been operating since 1991 and gained their zoo license in 2008, becoming Shropshire's first zoo. For my little brother's birthday, we visited Hoo Farm... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Flat Rides at Drayton Manor

Drayton Manor offers a lot of rides and attractions, with a few great rollercoasters, a heavily themed children’s area, some dark rides and our favourite flume in the UK. Another wonderful set of rides though, sometimes overlooked by rollercoaster heavy parks like Alton Towers, are the park’s flat rides. Though the focus is usually on... Continue Reading →

Alton Towers Scarefest 2019 Announcement

Though summer is not even upon us yet, it seems that Alton Towers is in full Halloween spirit having just announced the line-up for their Scarefest event for 2019. With some returning favourites, some new scares and a few surprises, it’s time to get your spook on and get excited for this year’s Scarefest. Here’s... Continue Reading →

Storm Force 10 – Drayton Manor Review

When thinking of UK water rides, Storm Force 10 is one of those that comes to mind. Based at Drayton Manor in Tamworth, the ride is more than just your regular flume and provides an absolute drenching if you’re unfortunate enough to receive that back seat. Giving the Midlands a taste of the coast, Storm... Continue Reading →

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