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Gulliver’s Valley Christmas wonderland sleepover as families invited to spend festive night at theme park


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Visitors to Gulliver’s Valley will be able to sleep over in festive accommodation when the theme park turns into a Christmas wonderland.

The park, near Rotherham, has announced a series of Christmas experiences for families which begin at the end of November and continue through December.

Experiences include the Santa Sleepover where guests can stay overnight in festively themed accommodation.

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The sleepover includes entry to the enchanted Winter Wonderland and access to rides and attractions.

There’s also a Tinsel Tots Sleepover for parents and toddlers.

Other experiences include a ‘Festive Breakfast and Cracker’ package which include a breakfast sandwich and coffee, selected Christmas rides and attractions plus a gift from the Elf Workshop or interactive Christmas shop.

There’s the chance to ride the attractions with mascot Gully and the Gang followed by a firework display on December 23.

And there’s the Santa Send-Off on Christmas Eve to wave farewell to Father Christmas as he heads off across the globe with a sackload of presents. Selected rides and attractions will be open as part of the package, which culminates in Santa’s send-off.

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There are more details on the Gulliver’s Valley website.

Andy Flowers, resort manager at Gulliver’s Valley, said: “We are all set to make this a Christmas to remember here at Gulliver’s Valley.

“We have so many exciting activities planned, from regular appearances from Santa and gifts from our Elf Workshop to a special firework display and Santa Send-Off event, which will entertain those who are looking for a sprinkle of festive magic this year.

“We hope as many people as possible will join us this festive season – you won’t be disappointed!”

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