The UK theme park with no loud rides or technology has reopened – and annual passes are on sale | The Sun

THE popular woodland attraction BeWILDerwood has reopened – and tickets are cheaper this year.

BeWILDerwood is known for avoiding loud rides and technology.

Based on the book series by Tom Blofeld, it first opened in Norfolk in 2007, followed by a second park opened in Cheshire in 2021.

The parks have now reopened for the season, and reduced their ticket prices.

Annual passes are now between £45 and £75 for the year, which allow unlimited visits to the park between February and October.

Guests still get 15 per cent off food and gifts at the park.

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However, it includes other perks too including 15 per cent off special events, exclusive access to BeWILDerfriend evenings and free friend passes per day.

Tom said: "After a lot of consideration, we wanted to ensure our Annual Pass holders were really getting the best value from their passes.

"So, we’ve reduced the prices and added lots of new benefits."

Kids under 192cm go free, while day tickets range start from £13.50.

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The parks are open every day from April to August, and most weekends and half terms in February, March, September and October.

Inside the parks are huge wooden structures, including an eight metre high treetop ride called the Sky Maze, as well as climbing walls, mazes, zip-lines and rope walks.

Other rides include the Wobbly Wires, the Slippery Slopes, the Broken Bridge and Curious Treehouses.

There also isn't much junk food at the park either with many of the meals and snacks using local farmers and fresh products.

Families can take their own picnics although there are cafes on-site.

This includes the Cosy Cabin and the Munch Bar, which serve sandwiches and soups as well as snacks.

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