Theme parks can be the perfect getaway from the mundane life to an unusual world. It is only in these amusement parks can you get just the right mix of thrilling rides, bright colours and tantalising games – just the combination for a memorable holiday.

The UK boasts spectacular amusement parks, such as Drayton Manor, which were visited by a record of more than one million visitors in 2016, while Thorpe Park in Chertsey was visited by 1.8 million people in 2017, according to data published by Statista.

Today we are going to take a look at Gulliver’s Land in Milton Keynes!

Gulliver’s Land

Gulliver’s Land is found near the centre of Milton Keynes between Cambell Park and Willen Lakeside Park.

Based on one of the most loved children’s stories of all time Gulliver’s Travels, Gulliver’s theme parks are specially designed for families and include a huge selection of rides, attractions and magical short breaks that will provide a fun day out for the whole family.

As the video below shows, there activities for kids of all ages – up to and including moody teenagers!

The theme park opened for the public in 1999 and is the third one after Gulliver’s World and Gulliver’s Kingdom to be opened by Gulliver’s.

For travelling, the destination is easy to reach from London, is in reach of a range of budget hotels if you want to stay over, and has free parking & electric car charging points.

Major Attractions

At Gulliver’s Land, you’ll experience a maze, an enchanted forest and monkey bars. The park features classic theme park rides and attractions for children aged 2 to 13 years.

Other attractions include a Splash Zone, NERF Zone, The SFEAR and ‘Dinosaur & Farm Park’.

In 2017, Gulliver’s Land partnered with JCB to create a JCB Zone to give children the opportunity to enjoy JCB themed rides and attractions.


For themed accommodation and short break packages, the park has incorporated the Adventure Village in the resort. However, if you are travelling on a budget, staying in the hotels located within the park’s campus can put a hole in your pocket.

Amusement parks offer the perfect opportunity to take a mini but rejuvenating break from one’s hectic life, while the availability of the best reasonably hotels in Milton Keynes offer great accommodation, letting you stay within budget, according to an expert at Woughton House Hotel, a leading hotel near Milton Keynes Stadium.

There are budget hotels near Milton Keynes Stadium that are not only very close to Gulliver’s Land, but also give you the opportunity to visit various other attractions, such as Bletchley Park, Silverstone, Xscape, Central Shopping Milton Keynes and more.

Gulliver’s Land stays open from February until Christmas. So start planning soon before the park closes for the winter.