So, the last park I want to do this for is Chessington. We can’t wait to be back their in a couple of weeks. Our must go to ride’s are Tiger Rock, Vampire, Zufari: Ride into Africa, Scorpion Express and Kobra. Charlie also likes Dragon’s Fury.
Vampire tends to have one of the longest queue’s along with The Gruffalo River Ride, they are both next to each other and you’re best to head straight to either one of those as soon as the gates open, the earlier the better!
Definitely take a look at the VIP animal experiences, the Giraffe one was amazing
Like the other parks, download the app from the App / Google play stores before arriving. You can buy from the online shop, pre-book tickets, book one of the VIP experiences & also book a short break.
The park opens from the 12th April and the glamping site open from the 30th April.
Food outlets will be operating as take away / grab and go for the time being.
Face masks required for all those 11+ (unless exempt)
Interactive area’s like the play areas or shows have either been modified or are temporarily unavailable.
Indoor attractions are either temporarily unavailable or numbers are restricted inside – along with government guidance, indoor attractions are one of the places where face masks are required.
Temperature checks are still a part of the entry to the park requirement
Pre-booking tickets is essential as they are working at a reduced capacity to be able to allow for social distancing – to get your day tickets click here if you are a merlin passholder, you MUST still pre-book tickets and can be done here
Contactless payment – be ready to make contactless payments where possible rather than cash payments
If you want to book to stay on site, click here, if you have a Merlin Annual Pass, then book here instead and make the most of the passholder discount
If you click on the image below, you’ll find some properties within an hour of Chessington, some will be allowed to open earlier than the 30th as they’ll be classed as self contained accommodation