An exciting new theme park is opening in the UK – and it looks like a woodland wonderland.
BeWILDerwood Cheshire, which cost £5million to construct, features attractions among a foresty backdrop.
Treetop walks, slides, zip lines and mazes promise to keep guests entertained.
There’s a range of child-friendly activities to get stuck into too.
Face painting, crafts, storytelling and den building are bound to be popular with little ones.
And when all that fun gets visitors’ tummies rumbling, they can grab some grub at two different restaurants.
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The new theme park is based on Tom Blofield’s popular BeWILDerwood book series.
It celebrates nature and the environment.
So for this reason, the focus is shifted away from technology.
Instead of captivating guests with noisy rides or electronics, it works to get kids stuck into the great outdoors.
It also bans junk food and focuses on healthy, locally sourced produce.
The BeWILDerwood website explains: “We absolutely believe that there is no substitute for local and lovingly made food. It just tastes better.
“Nearly all our food comes from carefully chosen and certified local farmers, veggie growers and even odd little suppliers exclusive only to us.
“We are committed to keeping food miles to a minimum and are working hard to find some new weird and wonderful delights for you to tuck into.”
If the food on offer doesn’t sound appealing to guests, there’s no need for them to fret.
They can bring their own packed lunches and enjoy them in leafy picnic spots.
The Cheshire theme park will be open to the public from May 23.
It joins BeWILDERwood park in Norfolk, which has been operating for 13 years.
Tickets can be picked up from £15.50 for children and £17.50 for adults.
And according to BeWILDerwood founder Tom, they’re well worth the money.
The spokesperson said: "BeWILDerwood really is a breath of fresh air compared to other attractions, and we are unique in our approach to play, with no noisy rides, no electronics, and no junk food.
"We can’t wait until we open our Wonky Wooden Gates on May 23rd and welcome all of our loyal and new customers to the wonderful world of BeWILDerwood."
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