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  • THORPE PARK Resort: Entrance Ticket

    1. THORPE PARK Resort: Entrance Ticket

    With over 30 thrilling rides, attractions and live events, Thorpe Park Resort is an island like no other and the UK’s must-visit destination to share endless fun with family and friends. Crafted by the master of mind control Derren Brown, this one-of-a-kind 13-minute experience promises to blow your mind by fusing five multi-sensory experiences of grand illusion, live-action, next-generation technology, 4D special effects, and physical transit. Then fly into ANGRY BIRDS LAND, home to the world’s first ANGRY BIRDS 4D experience, where the feathered flock roost on the 100ft rapid drop tower ride Detonator, while Red Bird and the Bad Piggies go bump to bump on a classic dodgems attraction. Enjoy world-class rides such as the UK’s first winged rollercoaster THE SWARM, Stealth, one of Europe’s fastest and tallest roller coasters, and the 100ft ‘beyond vertical’ drop of the movie-themed coas...

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 45 reviews

This is a fantastic place to visit and make sure you have plenty of time because there is sooo much to see. The staff and/or volunteers are passionate about the museum and are extremely knowledgeable about the exhibits and the history of transport. The exhibits are nicely spaced out so social distancing is not a problem and plenty to see outdoors too with the display of aeroplanes. I wish I had bought an annual season ticket (for which you get your entry fee credited against the cost) as I would like to go back with my grandson aged 2 1/2.

A really interesting museum with plenty of things to see. My 3 year old grandson loved climbing up onto the airplanes and buses. Quite amateur in the layout but that adds to its charm

Wonderful day, chatty happy volunteers and we’re bowled over with the history and nostalgia. Would become members if we lived more locally

First time to Brooklands museum it was a great day out looking forward to going back one day.

Was amazed at everything there, didn't realise that it was all modes of transport.