Drayton Manor reveals exciting new Christmas and fireworks events this year

Drayton Manor reveals exciting new Christmas and fireworks events this year

09/13/2021

DRAYTON Manor has revealed the full line up of events during Bonfire Night and Christmas this year.

The theme park was forced to cancel both of their events last year due to Covid.

The park's Fireworks Extravaganza returns this year, taking place on October 29 and 2.

The evening show will feature a huge fireworks performance with the "best of iconic British music" soundtrack.

Rides in the Dark will also return, letting guests go on the rides well into the evening.

Running from November 13 to December 30, the theme park will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland, after being cancelled last year due to Covid, with a 35ft musical Christmas tree.

New events this year include a new Grotto experience as well as a 20-minute festive show at the 4D cinema called A Christmas Wish

Also new this year is the Enchanted Christmas walk-through guided by the elves, where little ones can enjoy story time with Mrs Claus, make reindeer food and even meet Santa.

Guests will also be able to go on the rides, including in Thomas Land, while the park is open, while meeting some of their favourite characters.

William Bryan, managing director at Drayton Manor Park, said: “Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year here at the park, and this year we’re even more determined to make it one to remember.

“We’re delighted to announce that Magical Christmas is back, bigger and better than ever before, with all of our festive family favourites and some exciting new editions for 2021.

“We look forward to welcoming Christmas fans to join us for the celebrations, and have a magical experience like no other!”

Families are urged to prebook tickets ahead of the shows, as they are now on sale and are expected to sell out.

Tickets for the fireworks start from £35 for adults, while tickets for the park during the Christmas event start from £22 for adults, or £32 with Grotto entry.

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