Gulliver's Valley is trialling new indoor play sessions for toddlers - this is what they will include and how much they'll cost

Gulliver’s Valley has confirmed they will be trialling new daily sessions for toddlers and pre-school children on weekdays.

By Lizzie Day
Friday, 28th August 2020, 1:43 pm

The Rotherham theme park confirmed the sessions for younger children will be introduced as part of a two-week trial that will give tots access to indoor play areas and the petting farm between from Monday to Friday.

Parents can give their pre-school children access to the delights inside Gully Town by pre-booking a two-hour session which officially starts from Monday, September 7.

Tickets are priced at £8 for children and £2 for adults accompanying them, which will ensure their little ones can play with Gully Town buildings, enjoy the triple-storey soft play area and treetop drop ride.

Gully Town Tots will give toddlers and pre-school children access to an indoor play areas and a petting farm on weekdays.

Youngsters will also be able to visit the melody mayhem ride, enjoy the junior Carousel ride and play Gully’s Golf and gain their drivers license in Gully Town Grand Prix driving school as part of the new tot sessions.

Parents can grab a drink and a bite to eat from the Curiosity Cafe while their little ones explore and meet and greet characters such as The Clangers.

All other indoor and outdoor attractions and rides at Gulliver’s Valley will not be available during these times.

General manager of Gulliver’s Valley Dave Brown said: “We are really excited to launch the Gully Town Tots sessions for this two-week period in September and are confident they will prove to be popular with parents and carers looking for a new and exciting place to bring their little ones.

The theme park recently unveiled their new thrill seeker ride 'The Gyrosaur'.

“Here at Gulliver’s, we’re always looking to find new ways to engage with our young customers and to give them the opportunity to play and have fun in a safe and comfortable environment.

"If all goes well, we hope these sessions can become a permanent fixture in our offering here at Gulliver’s Valley.”

The recently opened theme park have introduced additional safety measures at the park such as checking visitors temperature on arrival, only allowing advanced booking and operating a contact-less entry service.

For more information about the toddler sessions or how to book tickets, visit the Gulliver’s Valley website.

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