STAFF at Adventure Wonderland are busy putting the finishing touches to the park as its plan to welcome back guests from Monday April 12.

This year, the park is celebrating its 30th Anniversary and the team behind the magic have big plans for big celebrations!

Having remained open on weekends for selected park rides during September and October, the family theme park in Hurn has remained closed since November 2, apart from for its festive production The Santa Show which was held over the winter break.

Guest Experience Manager for Adventure Wonderland Andy Brennan said: “We’ve worked hard to provide a fun and safe environment for our guests to enjoy a family trip out.

“Following last summer’s highly recognized and celebrated safety precautions, our guests can once again book a half day visit to Dorset’s top family theme park.

“We’ve limited visitor numbers to allow everyone a bit more space around the park and all our attractions are sanitised between rides. We’re all set!”

A wide range of outside rides and attractions will be open daily, including family favourites such as Jungle Falls, Battle Boats, Wild Bill’s Runaway Train and the Turbo Teacups.

Visitors will be able to see the pint-sized ponies in Shetland World, get lost in the south’s largest hedge maze and get adventurous in the outdoor play areas.

Resident characters Alice, the Mad Hatter and the Queen of Hearts, will also be on hand to greet visitors, appear for socially distanced photo opportunities and take to the stage for outdoor performances.

“We are so excited to finally welcoming visitors back to the park,” added Andy.

“It’s a big birthday year for us so we’re ready to party with all our wonderful guests.”

Visitors are advised to check opening times and attraction availability on the website prior to arrival.

Pre-booked tickets are available at