Drayton Manor Theme Park (Home of Thomas Land)

Drayton Manor Theme Park (Home of Thomas Land)

Drayton Manor Theme Park, in Staffordshire, is one of the UK’s most popular destinations for a day of family fun, laughs, thrills and spills.

The young and young at heart will love Drayton Manor’s Thomas Land™, which features 20 rides and attractions based on the ever-popular Thomas & Friends™ series, including the Troublesome Trucks Coaster, Harold’s Helicopter Tours, and Cranky the Crane Drop Tower. Families can also take a ride on Thomas, Percy or Rosie from Thomas Land to Farmer McColl’s Farm.

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Drayton Manor Theme Park, in Staffordshire, is one of the UK’s most popular destinations for a day of family fun, laughs, thrills and spills.

The young and young at heart will love Drayton Manor’s Thomas Land™, which features 20 rides and attractions based on the ever-popular Thomas & Friends™ series, including the Troublesome Trucks Coaster, Harold’s Helicopter Tours, and Cranky the Crane Drop Tower. Families can also take a ride on Thomas, Percy or Rosie from Thomas Land to Farmer McColl’s Farm.

But that’s not all, there’s a new film showing in the park’s 4D Cinema called The Little Prince, which follows the adventures of a prince who journeys from one universe to another in search of his lost rose.

Drayton Manor also has a 15-acre zoo, which is home to over 100 different species of animals from all around the world, including a Sumatran tiger, monkeys and primates, a meerkat mob, and a pair of highly endangered black leopards, as well as various birds of prey and reptiles.

Families looking to turn their day out into an overnight stay can check into the four-star Drayton Manor Hotel. It has 150 bedrooms, including 15 Thomas & Friends themed family rooms, each with a unique hand-painted scene on the wall and ceiling, themed bunk beds, and train track patterned carpets in the corridors leading to each room.

Reduced prices are available for tickets bought in advance.

Opening Times

Drayton Manor is open daily between March 2015 and 12th September 2015, after which it is open on selected dates. Monday – Sunday

All Rides Open – Gates open at 9:30am, Rides start at 10:30am, Rides close at 5pm

Thomas Land and Ben 10 are open at other times in the year for special events and weekends please check the website for information

Prices

Age 12 – 59 £36.00

Age 4 – 11 £27.00

Age 2 – 3 £5.00

Under 2’s FREE

Family of 3 £81.00

Family of 4 £108.00

Family of 5 £135.00

Online prices maybe cheaper please check the website


  • Buggy park
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Feeding room

  1. sarahpeston says:
    Posted August 31, 2012 at 11:23 am | Permalink

    We took our 4 and 2 year old to thomasland there is loads to do our 4 year old enjoyed all the rides none of which had very long queues. Our 2 year old loved the train ride through the whole park and dinosaur park. The zoo is small but great for little ones and there is a wonderful playground. The only problem is if it rains there is not much undercover.