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Admission tickets are available 363 days of the year 10am-5pm and you can arrive any time from 10am. All online bookings will automatically receive the discounted price. On-the-door admission will be charged at full price. For details on Essential Companion Tickets please see below.

How to book your tickets

Please use the calendar below to select the date of your visit. If you cannot select a day/date in the future it means online bookings are SOLD OUT, or not yet released so please select an alternative date. (To be notified of our ticket releases straight away, please sign up to emails.)

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3. Choose your tickets
Admission Ticket
Sat 15 Jun 2024 (10:00)

Individual (ages 3-59) £21.95 £0.00
2 year old (under 2s are free) £19.95 £0.00
Senior (60 years +) £19.95 £0.00
Essential Companion (see details below)* £0.00 £0.00
Total   £0.00
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For an essential companion ticket please bring your valid Access card showing the personal support +1 symbol to reception upon arrival, alongside your booking reference. The designated essential companion must be 14 years or over. If you wish to validate your booking before arrival please submit your valid access card full first and second name and number to at least 10 days prior to your booking date. If a valid access card with a +1 symbol is not provided in advance or shown on the day, the full charge for entry will be required. To register for an access card, or for more information go to

For groups visiting from care/residential homes, SEN organisations or similar, who are not able to apply through Nimbus (whether you're bringing a large group, do not have access to the documents required when making an application or cannot due to GDPR), we will instead accept a dated, headed & signed letter from the manager of your organisation, to be presented along with your staff ID at reception on arrival. The letter must state how many guests are visiting and how many Essential Companions are attending with them. We regret that we will not accept staff ID on its own; failure to produce a headed and dated letter alongside ID will require payment for all remaining guests.