EASTER DAYS OUT AT LIGHTWATER VALLEY

@ Lightwater Valley

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06 April 2019 - 28 April 2019

10am – 4:30pm

Tickets: Over 1.3m £25 / 1m – 1.3m £17 / Under 1m £10 / Under 3’s FREE

Lightwater Valley Theme Park in Ripon, North Yorkshire will be open for the Easter Holidays from Saturday 6th – Sunday 28th April. With over 35 rides and attractions, suitable for all ages, Lightwater Valley offers fantastic adventures for all the family.

Visitors will be dazzled by the brand new ‘Outer Space’ themed Magic Lights Puppet Show in the Show Barn, with two shows a day throughout the holidays. 

Meet Jester and Jasmine, the parks lovable dino mascots as they meet and greet families from 3pm and join in as they entertain the crowds with their choreographed dance shows including their favourite hit song, Baby Shark.

Landlubbers will want to have a go at the pirate themed treasure trail egg hunt around Skeleton Cove over the Easter weekend – Friday 19th – Monday 22nd April.  Follow the clues on your trail map which will lead budding buccaneers to the hidden chocolate treasure, but look out for the pesky Lightwater Pirates as they try their best to guard their loot. 

Ride The Ultimate rollercoaster, Lightwater Valley’s signature ride that provides a thrilling 1.5 mile cocktail of speed, cornering and airtime.  

Take to the skies in the grip of the Eagle’s Claw, venture into the underground world of Raptor Attack, see the Park from a whole different viewpoint aboard Black Pearl and then hop on Apollo and take a spinning ride above the tree tops.

Enjoy wet ‘n’ wild fun on the Wild River Rapids, and swashbuckling adventures aboard speedy Skull Rock and the tummy-tickling Flying Cutlass. Plus jump around on the huge Jumpin’ Jack’s bouncy pillow.

There is something for little ones too including the Lightwater Express train ride around the park, Eagle’s Creek Farm tractor ride with animals as well as Jester’s Jungle Fun indoor play area.

Venue
Lightwater Valley Theme Park
North Stainley
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 3HT
Tel: 01765 635321

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