Located on its own island, Thorpe Park is one of the biggest and best theme parks in Britain with a collection of rollercoasters, water rides and attractions that will keep the whole family entertained.
From The Swarm – the UK’s first winged rollercoaster – to the super soaking Inferno and fast-spinning Vortex, there are wild experiences perfect for thrill-seekers, while those after a slightly calmer day out will love the Rocky Express Train and Mr Monkey’s Banana Ride.
Newer attractions include Derren Brown’s Ghost Train, created by the magician and mentalist himself, the Angry Birds 4D Experience and the I’m A Celebrity… Maze, where you can try your hand at Jungle Trials.
Much more than just rollercoasters…
As you’d expect from a first-class theme park, there are plenty of options to keep the family fed between the excitement. From fish and chips to Mexican, pizza and pasta, there’s something to suit all tastes whether you want to grab something on the go in-between rides or sit down for a well-earned break.
Thorpe Park is also home to a number of regular much-loved events. The famous Fright Nights celebrate Halloween throughout October with the park staying open after dark. Actors roam around dressed as monsters and there are various other spooky attractions. Book a visit if you dare…
Thorpe Park is something of a trailblazer with a series of records to its name. It’s home to the tallest log flume in the UK (Loggers Leap), the steepest free-fall drop in the world (Saw – The Ride) and the longest pre-lift section of any rollercoaster (Nemesis Inferno).
Ride as many record-breakers as you can to really make it a day to remember.
Explore all seven zones
There may be plenty to see and do at Thorpe Park, but it’s easy to find your way around thanks to the seven distinct zones, each of which has its own unique flavour and sights.
Swarm Island is perfect for thrill-seekers, while Amity is home to the park’s famous water rides and its very own sandy beach – perfect for relaxing on while the kids enjoy the rides.
Head to The Jungle for the Nemesis Inferno, which takes riders through the centre of a volcano.
Places to stay near Thorpe Park
If it’s possible to tire of Thorpe Park then you’ll find yourself well placed to enjoy the bright lights and big city atmosphere of London. With excellent transport links, you're only a train or car ride away from enjoying the best Great Britain’s capital has to offer. Why not extend your break and combine thrilling rollercoasters with a bit of sightseeing and some world class shopping?
We’ve got plenty of hotels within easy reach of Thorpe Park, perfect for a good night’s sleep after a busy day.
Best Western Ship Hotel is located a short drive away in the beautiful market town of Weybridge. A former coaching inn that has retained much of its period charm, its elegant, up-to-date interior is matched by the beautiful surrounding countryside.
Best Western Airlink Hotel London Heathrow is also within easy reach of Thorpe Park. Relax in the bar after a thrilling day out or enjoy a tasty meal in the Airlink Restaurant.
Baylis House Hotel, Sure Hotel Collection by Best Western is less than 10 miles away from Thorpe Park and also within easy reach of central London.
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