A truckload of fun for all the family awaits at Diggerland Durham.
Located just on the outskirts of the city, Diggerland Durham is the perfect place for fun-filled family days out.
Take in the spectacular views from 50 feet up in the air on the Diggerland Skyshuttle, or if you are looking for a bit of an adrenaline rush, take on Spindizzy . Hop into the giant digger bucket and prepare to get dizzy. Experience the unique Dig-a-round, a specially adapted JCB which has been transformed into a carousel to bring you all the fun of the fair.
Kids can get behind the wheel of the park’s mini Landrovers or one of the Diggerland Police 4WD SUVs. Or how about experiencing what it would be like to work as a digger or dumper truck driver? Diggerland has lots of full-sized construction vehicles and machinery for you to try your hand at.
The youngest visitors can also get in on the action at the Little Tykes Play Zone, suitable for guests aged 5 and under.
Some rides do have height restrictions and younger children may need to be accompanied by an adult on certain rides and drives. Visitors are advised not to wear open-toed shoes or flip flops as these are not permitted on a number of the rides for safety reasons.
Want to see what awaits you at Diggerland Durham? View the full Diggerland Park Map . The park is easily accessed by car, rail and bus, making it a stress-free choice for a family day out in the school holidays or a weekend activity.
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By Car: exit M2 at Junction 2 and follow A228 towards Rochester. After 600 yards, turn right at the big roundabout into Medway Valley Leisure Park. Diggerland is on the right.
The closest train stations are Strood (from Charing Cross) and Rochester (from Victoria). Taxis are available, and will take roughly five or ten minutes respectively. Arriva Southern Counties bus 151 provides an hourly service to Diggerland Monday-Saturday, and 2 hourly on Sunday.
Please allow 2-3 days for postage. Tickets can be used at all Diggerland sites.
On receipt of your email confirmation please email firstname.lastname@example.org and give them each ticket reference number, which park you want to visit and the date of your visit. They will then give you a booking reference that you can take with you to the park.