1. Alton Towers
After a few months of anxious waiting, Alton Towers will finally begin to receive visitors. This is a unique place for all tastes and ages, where "adrenaline" adventures are closely intertwined with outdoor recreation, where mysticism exists side by side with childish naivety. Alton Towers offers to test your courage on noisy and fast-moving slides, and the smallest can have fun while riding a children's tram or car.
Location: Farley Ln, Alton, Stoke-on-Trent ST10 4DB.
2. Chessington World of Adventures
Wildlife lovers will definitely want to go to Chessington in 2018, as four Amur tigers will wait them here. At present, big cats live in Sweden, but very soon they will find a new house in a spacious park. In addition, Chessington World of Adventures prepares a lot of entertainment and activities for both adults and children.
Location: Leatherhead Rd, Chessington KT9 2NE.
3. Thorpe Park
There will be a "terrible" night, when zombies, monsters and terrible ghosts will add gray hair park visitors and make them scream for help. It should be remembered that going here with small children does not make sense, because the park's attractions are aimed at adults and teenagers. Thorpe Park can safely be called a center of the thrill, since most of the attractions are considered very extreme.
Location: Staines Rd, Chertsey KT16 8PN.