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Gulliver's Land, Milton Keynes

(3.2/5 based on 1,300+ reviews on the web)
A theme park that recreates the world of Gulliver with seven different play areas, Gulliver's Land is literature come to life. The adventure land is meant for children under 10 years of age, but adults may get a kick out of the comically rendered land of Lilliput. The Gulliver Dinosaur and Farm Park next door gives families a chance to commune with nature. Consider camping at the nearby campground, where you can pitch a tent or park a camper, and wake up early enough to beat the park’s lines for attractions. Make Gulliver's Land a part of your Milton Keynes vacation plans using our Milton Keynes family vacation planner.
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  • We brought our 4 year old grandson to Gullivers Land on the Sunday at the end of Feb half term because it was the only theme park for young children that I could find open this early in the year. We h...  more »
  • We visited gullivers land last weekend my 6 year old enjoyed herself wasnt busy at all so no queuing for rides. Would recommend but the food was terrible we ate from gullys grill and there was food al...  more »
  • With a 13 yr old and a 10 yr we did wonder. They had a fab time. Fast food was a little disappointing but you can opt to take your own food. The park does need a little tlc.  more »
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  • Great fun for younger children, it's not as polished as some larger more well known theme parks, but children don't care about that. Nice staff and pretty good rides. Queues are, as ever, an issue in busier periods, with no real solutions offered. Food is good and cheap, park is always pretty clean, just could use massive modernisation.
  • Excellent for kids between 3 & 7 ideally in my opinion outside these ages may limit rides available to younger children and maybe not so exciting for older children but fantastic for the age groups above. Parents have to accompany kids under 140cm. When we visited queues where very small waiting time was almost nil. The men's toilets I must say where disgusting (you really wouldn't want to take your young child who is prone to want to touch everything) and it stank. Parking was good, lot of seating around rides and plenty of picnic tables. Hot drinks and food prices where reasonable too. On the whole we had a fantastic day out, the kids loved it.
  • Really nice day out with our two kids (4 & 7). Nice selection of rides for younger children. Friendly staff, plenty of car parking and not too expensive. Some parts are a bit tired and could do with a spruce up, but overall very tidy and enough to do to fill a whole day.
  • Very nice place to take little kids, specially because it's not that expensive. Minus point for the staff, as at end of day it was raining cats and dogs and I was taking my 2 years old nephew to a dry place using one of the big umbrellas that are around. One of the park employees simply took it from me, arguing that we would break the park's property, instead of offering us a "ride" to a dry place, leaving myself, my pregnant sister and a 2 years old toddler under the rain.
  • I would give zero stars if I could, no parking for a start- extremely expensive, once we got in not enough staff to run rides properly so queues were very very long and with kids not a fun experience. On top of that the rides don't tell you where the entrances are so u can be waiting at an exit. No queue time markers so no idea how long your going to be waiting with screaming kids. Finally, overall pretty run down - rubbish on the floor and faded old signs.. avoid. Paid adult price of £18 per child, went on about 4 rides... not worth £5 each.