Save up to £100 on a day out at Drayton Manor Park this summer

Thu, 08/10/2017 - 12:57

With just one month left of the summer holidays, there’s never been a better time to make great memories and fantastic savings with Drayton Manor Park’s 4 for £80 ticket promotion.* At less than half the price of other popular attractions, you can enjoy substantial savings on a family day out this summer.

Great fun doesn’t have to cost the earth!  While a ticket for four starts from £128 at Alton Towers and goes up to £180 at Legoland Windsor, visitors to Drayton Manor Park can take advantage of an exceptional deal and pay just £80 for four tickets when booked in advance.** 

Offering just as much fun as other leading attractions at a fraction of the price, the popular family attraction is home to over 100 rides, a 15 acre Zoo, a 4D Cinema, and of course, Europe’s only Thomas Land™, which brings to life the Island of Sodor and all the famous characters that live there. New for this season is the arrival of James and the Red Balloon, where children fly up, up and away in their very own balloon.

In a first ever for a UK theme park, Drayton Manor has teamed up with The National Autistic Society (NAS) providing ‘train’ing for all Thomas Land staff to develop their understanding of the needs of those on the autism spectrum and ensuring all visitors have a fantastic time this summer.

The park’s extensive zoo is the perfect place for animal lovers, where visitors can learn all about the exciting conservation projects that Drayton Manor Park is actively involved in. It’s home to over 750 residents, big and small, such as its pair of Sumatran tigers, Dua and Dora, and the smaller members of the family, twin baby Cotton-Top Tamarins, Kit and Leo.

For the more daring members of the family, the popular attraction boasts some of the biggest rides around, including the 54m drop tower, Apocalypse, and Europe’s first stand up coaster, Shockwave.

Aware there are few things more unpredictable than British weather, Drayton Manor Park’s Rainy Day Guarantee ensures even the wettest of days can’t spoil your plans, as those who visit in August and experience continuous rain for two or more hours between 10am – 5pm, can return to the park free of charge in September 2017.

To fully appreciate all that Drayton Manor has to offer, Stay and Play packages are the perfect way to combine a day in the park with an overnight stay in the on-site, 4 Star Drayton Manor Hotel. They include a one night stay with a full English breakfast, free Wi-Fi and car parking on site, plus one ticket per person into the theme park. Guests can choose from a range of rooms including 15 Thomas and Friends™ bedrooms so the little ones can experience the magic all evening.

To book tickets, or for more information about the park, visit or call 0844 472 1950.

*The 4 for £80 ticket is only available when booked in advance see website for terms and conditions. 

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