The Milky Way Adventure Park

The Milky Way Adventure Park

Open today from 1030 until 0430

Great, huge soft play and slides and well as a specific area for smaller kids, indoor rides as well as outdoor and a little train.

Recommended by Laura Elliott with children ages 2 - Sat Feb 02 2019

Activity Type

  • Open farms, safari parks and zoos
  • Baby classes
  • Toddler groups
  • Restaurants and food
  • Outdoor activities
  • Indoor activities
  • Suitable for Additional Needs
  • Softplay

Details

Address:
Bideford Devon England United Kingdom EX39 5RY
Contact:
01237 431255
Adult price:
£15.45
Child price:
£15.45
Infant price:
£7
Other price:

ON THE DOOR PRICES. CHEAPER IF YOU BOOK ONLINE IN ADVANCE. PRICES AND TIMES CHANGE WITH SEASONS, CHECK WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION. 

 

Main Season Opening Times: 10am - 6pm - Devon School Holidays | Daily 10am - 5pm Devon Term Times

Website:
http://www.themilkyway.co.uk/

Facilities

  • Double pram friendly
  • Suitable for twins/multiples
  • Pram/Wheelchair accessible
  • Has a childrens menu
  • Baby changing available

Opening Hours

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday 1030 - 0430
  • Sunday 1030 - 0430

Reviews

There are 2 reviews for "The Milky Way Adventure Park"

Recommended by Lauren Clarke with children ages 1 and 2 on Sat Oct 19 2019

Our Wikimama Lauren visited the Milky Way earlier today, at the beginning of the parks Hocus Pocus Halloween Half Term event – It looks great fun – here’s what she thought! Wow, we had such a great time at the Milky way today! The boys were dressed as little pumpkins, all ready to get involved in the Halloween activities! On arrival, there were lots of friendly staff ready to greet us and we were given a list of show times, a map and also some tickets to go on a new ride called Ziggy’s Blast Quest. It’s great that once you pay to get in, everything is included (except paint a pot and Archery). There are lots of rides and rollercoasters that you can go on again and again which is perfect – as there’s nothing worse than finding you need to keep paying for stuff once you’re in! There are plenty of attractions to keep families of all ages amused, in all weathers. The site is well laid out and suitable for wheelchairs and pushchairs/double pushchairs. In the main entrance stalls were set up especially for Halloween week where the children could make magic wands and potions and broomstick riding for the little ones! The boys loved sticking feathers and ‘goblin toenails’ to their magic wands, held together with dragon snot – I think it was!! Once we’d finished casting our spells, we went on to play in a fab zone for under 5’s with a balloon room, sandpit, and tractor run. The boys loved it! Outside we went on the Milky way railway which took us all around the park and while to sun shone, we braved the two rollercoasters (Cosmic Typhoon roller coaster and the Cosmic caterpillar) as well as the new Gravity Rider which is like a waterpark ride without the water! Below this are two big bouncy pillows, all set in the beautiful Devon countryside. At lunch time we visited the Starlight Café and the menu offered a great selection of sandwiches, soup, paninis, jacket potatoes and chips as well as some delicious cakes, pastries and cream teas. They also did a lovely deluxe hot chocolate which is well worth the calories! There are lunch boxes for the children and they also do toddler sized adult meal options which is great. Portions are generous and fairly priced - there are also lots of picnic spots dotted all around the park so you can please yourself. The dodgems were a real hit with our boys. The dodgems ran for most of the day and you can ride as many times as you like. The attendant will run ‘little people’ turns as and when required to allow the little kids a go without being bumped (also great for the older kids as they know when it’s their turn they can bump and crash everyone in there!). Just outside the dodgem hall is a Sci-Fi collection of life sized models from Star wars. Many of them were very creepy but interesting to look at! Lastly, we visited the large indoor play area called Time warp which is suitable for all ages. There are ball pits, slides, climbing ropes, role play villages and tunnels to name but a few of the things you can do in there – it’s a fab way to make sure everyone leaves exhausted! The age of six. Even though we have a one and a two-year-old, we didn’t make it into Little stars (which shows how much there was to do in the main park!) Overall it was a fab day out for all the family with plenty to do in all weather. There were lots of attractions and shows which we didn’t have time to visit, which you can find out about on their website www.themilkyway.co.uk. Thank again for gifting us this day out– we had a wonderful time!

Recommended by Louise Tomlin with children ages 6 and 4 and 0 on Wed Apr 10 2019

Great for all ages from crawlers up to teenagers. Very spacious with indoor and outdoor activities.

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