Win A Family Ticket To Bewilderwood!

If you’ve not yet been to Bewilderwood with your children then you are totally missing out! It’s in Norfolk where I’m from but is well worth a journey as it absolutely one of the UK’s top attractions!

We love it there and visit often because not only is it a whole day out, one which the whole family can enjoy whatever the weather but it is super affordable!

Think tree top swinging, elves, fairies, a little bit of magic, slides, climbing and lots, lots more! It is an absolute gem of a place! We write about our visit every time we goย and we also compiled a list of questions about Bewilderwood which you might find helpful before you take a trip!


Baby zip wires! See, told you EVERYONE is catered for!

For this summer there is even a brand new attraction at Bewilderwood, as if we needed any more reason to visit! he Sky Maze is opening in time for the summer holidays and we’re going to go and see it as soon as we can because, well, it’s just a bit of an excuse really!

Bewilderwood say:

‘Sky Maze is going to be set high in the tree top canopy takingย adventure and playtime to magnificent new heights. Turning this way and that way; where no way is the wrong way, Sky Maze is made up of walkways, cargo nets, spiral staircases, tunnels, zig zag beams and spectacular vantage points, weaving its way through natures playground.’
Fancy it? Thought so! Have a little enter of my competition to win a family ticket and you might just get lucky and get to go for FREE!

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T&C: Prize is one family ticket for two adults and two children to be used within 12 months.

The competition ends on 25th July, just in time for the summer holidays!

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55 thoughts on “Win A Family Ticket To Bewilderwood!

  1. Love just going to the beach. We head to Sea Palling on the Norfolk coast. BeWILDerwood is top on the list though.

  2. My best family day out with children was Magna Science Park near Sheffield. Spent from opening to closing time there and could still have stayed longer!

  3. Durridge Bay beach because it is remote, with only one shop, and no amusements.
    I find that the kids get quite stressed and demanding, when there are amusements on offer .. probably, the junk food overload doesn’t help.
    So, it is nice to go somewhere off the beaten track, where we can all just enjoy each others company.

  4. Going to paultons park and going to to the Peppa Pig park they loved it and we made some lovely memories

  5. Best days out are the beach, the woods or a play park. Most important is who you are with and not where you go. (A little bit of sunshine can help too.)

  6. We particularly love a trip to Eaton Park in Norwich as they have crazy golf, a lovely train and shed loads of space for picnics and games! Being In Norfolk we also love BeWilderwood and the dinosaur adventure park! or a trip to Cromer on a hot day ๐Ÿ™‚

  7. Africa Alive is a great day out in Norfolk, a great park to take a family picnic, friendly informative staff make the animal feeds fab, a great choice of animals to visit and a lovely clean park

  8. Our best family day out was to Thomas land. Something there for everyone, big or small plus a zoo and a dinasour trail. Kids loved it

  9. Rock pooling at East Runton, followed by a picnic and then rounders on the beach. Simple and uncommercial

  10. Sea Life Centre, Blackpool – the kids where *amazed* by the sharks and the octopus!

  11. The beach at Bognor Regis. The sun was shining, the water was warm and the ice cream delicious

  12. We recently had a fab day in London, the highlight being weeing in the glass loo at the top of the shard!

  13. Best day has to be Lollibop!! We live down the road from Bewilderwood but have yet to explore ๐Ÿ™‚ x

  14. I love going to the seaside, packaging a picnic, walking on the beach and having a game of bingo! ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. Would be perfect for my daughter for the summer holidays coupled with trips to Nana’s house too!

  16. Diggerland. We went expecting not to enjoy it too much as it was our son who was mainly into diggers but we couldn’t believe the way they had themed everything so everyone could enjoy

  17. Our best day out was boxing day 2012 when we went to Horsey beach and saw a baby seal being born! The children were amazed and still talk about it now!

  18. Longleat Safari park was the best day out that we have had. We were there for 8 hours and didn’t get bored and couldn’t have stayed another whole day! It really is super, so much to do and see!!

  19. when we went to godstone farm cause my daughter petted the rabbits and loved it

  20. I love to take my nephews to the beach, come rain or shine. I would love to take them to Bewilderwood.

  21. Just love going to Wells. Strolling through the pine trees up and down the sandy hills, climbing on fallen trees, then out onto the open sand of the beach and a walk out to paddle in the sea. All rounded off with a ice cream or hot chocolate from the beach hut cafe! We always sleep well at the end of the day!

  22. Best day out with children was going to Center Parts as it marked our first holiday together as a family!

  23. took my grandaughter to the beach for the first time, it was great to see her so happy! she loved it!

  24. Taking my daughter to the Zoo for the first time and seeing her face when she saw the animals

  25. We love going to the beach at Cromer, and crabbing off the pier, the kids are fascinated ๐Ÿ™‚

  26. It has to be Disneyland Paris – my daughter loved the parades whilst my son loved the hot dogs!

  27. We had a brilliant day at Banham Zoo at the weekend. The kids managed to behave all day!

  28. Going to the beach with a picnic. We generally take a kite or something to play with, and the time flies by.

  29. Recently, it was a trip to Woollaton Hall, we’d never been and the kids loved playing in the leaves and the Natural History Museum in ‘the big house’. Fab day for me as I prefer places to be less crowded!

  30. A day at the beach our favourite, not forgetting the fish ‘n’ chips after a hard day of playing, the kids just love it!

  31. Our best day was exploring the woodland at High Lodge in Thetford, Norfolk. There are usually lots of different activities for the kids to try too ๐Ÿ™‚

  32. we had a lovely time at bewilderwood but we cannot afford to go again ๐Ÿ™ it was one of our faves so would love the chance to win this!

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