About this attraction

Explore Gulliver's Land with all the family

Gulliver's Land is a magical day out for all the family and features a great selection of attractions, rides and shows, all at the Gulliver’s Land Milton Keynes Theme Park. Designed for children aged 2 – 13, there are loads to do to keep your little ones entertained. Whilst they have soft play and areas designed for toddlers, they've got a variety of rides to try. From exploring down in The Silver Mine in Discovery Bay, to riding the Flying Carpet at Adventure Land, Gulliver's Land has something suitable for all ages. When you join Kids Pass, you can enjoy discounted access to all this with Gulliver's Land promo codes. Sign up today to start saving!

Must dos

Cycle Monorail

See the sights of the park but from above! Use the Cycle Monorail to cycle your way around the perimeter of the park using only your push pedal power! Your little ones will love this interactive ride which is powered by them, all while taking in views over Gulliver’s Land.

Jungle River Ride

Set sail down the jungle river to explore unchartered waters in this wet and wild ride. But be warned – there’s no escaping the splash zone! Take off down the route in your boat and keep an eye out for kooky characters popping up along the way.

Rio Bravo

Ride the Rio Bravo and explore the sights and sounds of Discovery Bay with this fun train journey. Hop on board and let this little locomotive carry you around the park and take in the surrounding area!

What other facilities are there?

Gulliver's Land has plenty of different facilities for children of all ages - along with their six different themed zones including Adventure Land, Discovery Cove and the JCB Zone. The Adventure Land Maze is perfect to explore as a family, the Forest Ball Crawl is safe and fun for younger children, and The Enchanted Forest is filled with interactive figures, animals, and talking trees. There’s the Dino Park & Resort where your little ones can go back in time and experience the animals and environment of the prehistoric era, and there’s also the Splash Zone, which is their indoor warm water adventure. The water isn’t deep enough to swim in, but it’s a fun-filled time that’s bound to make a splash with your family! Gulliver's Land also features The Adventurers Village, which has different themed types of accommodation ready to rent for you and your family to make the most out of the park and enjoy a short break away. From Princess Cabins and Dino Dens to campsite pitches and even the world's first JCB accommodation - simply choose your accommodation, pick your dates and then book!

What age groups is Gulliver's Land suitable for?

The rides and attractions at Gulliver's Land are designed for children aged 2 to 13, who may not be ready for the high-intensity thrills of a larger theme park yet but would have lots of fun on interactive rides and attractions.

What indoor attractions do they have?

No need to worry if it rains on your visit – some rides remain open so you can still have fun! There are also indoor activities like the indoor soft play area, the Splash Zone (an indoor warm water adventure), and The Sfear, an indoor highwire experience.

When is the best time to visit?

At the moment, Gulliver's Land is mostly open on weekends and school holidays, so these times would be best to visit to truly make the most out of your ticket. They’re open from 10:30 am – 5 pm most weekends, and throughout the entire month of August. For more information and opening dates, please visit the Gulliver's Land website. There’s plenty to do at Gulliver's Land to ensure you have a brilliant day come rain or shine!

What should you take with you?

It is advisable to bring suncream on sunny days and wear weather appropriate clothing throughout the year.

What else can you do in the area?

There's plenty to do in the surrounding area of Milton Keynes, including plenty of shopping, a few museums and lots of sports and activity centres. The famous Bletchley Park, the home of WW2's Codebreakers, is a short drive away, where you can learn all about the ways in which the Codebreakers shortened WWII by up to two years with their intelligence and skill. The National Museum of Computing is just next door, where you can see historical computers like the Bombe and Colussus and learn all about the role they played in shortening the war! There's Willen Lake if you're looking for something outdoorsy to do, with play areas for kids, a cafe and boating on the lake, while MK Gallery is an innovative space which hosts an array of modern art.