Thomas Land, Drayton Manor & Twycross Zoo
2 Days Away - 2021
A jam-packed two days away with included admission to the superb Thomas Land, together with the opportunity to enjoy the fabulous rides at Drayton Manor, plus a visit to Twycross Zoo where there are plenty of animals and primates to discover!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel
- Overnight stay at a selected 3-star hotel with dinner & breakfast
- Admission to Thomas Land at Drayton Manor Park
- Admission to Twycross Zoo
A fun-filled coach break for all ages is guaranteed at the multi-award winning Drayton Manor.
Set in 280 acres of parkland and lakes, the theme park is home to some of the wettest and scariest rides in the UK.
It also has an on-site zoo and Europe’s first and only Thomas Land theme park, making it an excellent choice for families with little ones too.
Adrenaline junkies will love Apocalypse, the world’s first stand up tower drop which plummets 54 feet at exhilarating speed and Shockwave, Europe’s one and only stand up rollercoaster. Be warned they’re not for the faint-hearted.
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Drayton Manor is also home to Thomas Land, a theme park set in 6,000 square metres that’s dedicated to everybody’s favourite little blue engine. Toddlers will love seeing their favourite characters and climbing aboard the 26 themed rides and attractions, plus there’s an indoor play area and shop selling all sorts of Thomas & Friends™ goodies to discover.
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Twycross Zoo offers a fun day out for all the family, where the 500 animals come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, from leopards and lemurs to tortoises and tarantulas!
Renowned as a specialist primate zoo, there’s a huge range of monkeys and apes to discover at Twycross, and it’s the only zoo in the UK where you can see all types of great ape – gorilla, orangutan, chimpanzee and bonobo. Many of the animals are also part of conservation breeding programmes, helping to ensure a future for endangered species and prevent extinction.Back to top