Outdoor adventure park BeWILDerwood is set to re-open on 19 February after a hugely successful 2021. Tickets for the woodland attraction near Cholmondeley Castle in South Cheshire are released today.

Based on the book series by Tom Blofeld, BeWILDerwood aims to encourage children and their families to engage in imaginative and healthy outdoor play.

Park Manager Hannah Monteverde said: "After such a fantastic opening last year, the Twiggle Team can’t wait to reopen and bring even more BeWILDerwood magic to the area.

"As well as our famous Slippery Slides, Wobbly Zip Wires and Storytelling Shows we are also excited for visitors to explore our new play structure, The Towering Treetop Tangles.

"We will also have face painting this year, which as with everything here at BeWILDerwood is included in the ticket price – so no hidden costs, just lots and lots of fun for explorers."

The new structure is set to add challenging high-level walkways and treetop platforms for your bravest young explorers to climb and grown-ups are encouraged to join in the fun too.

From 19 February the park will open for school holidays and weekends only, before opening every day from 2 April.

Admission Prices:

  • Born to BeWILD (under 92cm) Free
  • Almost WILD (92-105cm) £19.50
  • BeWILD Now (over 105cm) £21.50
  • Still WILD (65 years+) £13.50
  • Carer (proof required) Free

Annual Passes are also available. For full details including opening dates and to make your booking visit: www.bewilderwood.co.uk