Tuesday, 13 June 2017

The Gruffalo at the Chessington World of Adventures

It's no secret that we love Chessington World of Adventures.
It is our go-to place for family fun, laughs and lots of adventure
and we are lucky to be a short ride away from it.

But we are even luckier to have been asked
by CWOA to become blogger ambassadors,
meaning we will be testing all new rides
and going on amazing adventures
before reporting back to you.

So, when we heard that a new ride 
featuring the boys' favourite baddie
opened at Chessington World of Adventure, 
we packed our bags and got ready for an adventure.

The Gruffalo at the Chessington World of Adventures, Review from A Mum in London

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson 
is one of the kids' all time favourite books;  
I cannot tell you how excited they were 
when they found out that they were going to join Mouse 
on an adventurous river ride to meet the Gruffalo.

The Gruffalo ride is for families with children of all ages
{babies in arms are welcome too} 
and feature all the ingredients for a fantastic adventure. 

Firstly, explorers have to board a little boat 
and sail down a river in the middle of a dark wood; 
secondly, there are amazing visual and sound effects 
that make this journey truly magical and immersive;
thirdly, there are surprises at every turn 
that add to the fun and the excitement. 

The Gruffalo at the Chessington World of Adventures, Review from A Mum in London

Needless to say, the children were over the moon 
and asked "When are we doing it again?" 
as soon as it ended. 

For more Gruffalo fun, there are screenings of the movie, 
Gruffallo themed rooms at the Chessington Safari hotel, 
a Gruffalo gift shop and food outlet
and a Meet and Greet with the Gruffalo himself!

In a nutshell: the Gruffalo river ride is a must-do 
for all Gruffalo fans, small and big!

The Gruffalo river ride is included in the CWOA entry ticket (from £28 | under 3s go free)

This Saturday 17 June CWOA will remain open from 6.30pm to 9.30pm for Roar and Explore, an exclusive fund raising event which supports the Chessington Conservation Fund (CCF) and which has raised £400,000 to date, to protect the future of nature and wildlife through conservation work and education within the local community and worldwide.

Disclosure: We were invited as Blogger Ambassadors 
to review the Gruffalo ride and were not paid to do this review.
All words and opinions our own.

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