- £79.99 per participant (includes experience and day entry into Diggerland with access to all rides and drives)
- Available at Kent, Devon & Yorkshire DIGGERLAND Adventure Parks (sorry – not available at Durham)
- Group sizes: 4 participants at Devon, Kent & Yorkshire
- No sharing! Each participant gets his/her own 3CX during the experience
- Participants MUST BE over 17 years of age
- Duration: 90 minutes
- Shared/group coaching session with one of our expert instructors
- Ideal introduction for those considering trying their hand at driving & operating diggers & dumpers, and want some insight and experience of it, or…
- Simply to have a go just for the sheer FUN of it
- Special personalised Certificate to commemorate your Experience
- Pre-bookable by phone or online. Group JCB Experience is available at Kent, Devon and Yorkshire Diggerland sites on selected weekend dates with varying start times depending on location. Click here to see dates currently available, or contact Head Office on 0871 22 77 007 (Mon-Fri 8am-6pm) for more details.
- Two spectators may enter Diggerland free of charge within this experience package. Access to all Diggerland rides and drives is available for the duration of the day.
Once booked in, we require at least 21 days’ notice in writing to email@example.com, should you wish to make any date changes.
GO ON… Have a go if only for the sheer FUN of it!
These world-renowned, British-invented, wheeled backhoe-loaders have been the backbone of the construction & civil-engineering industries, at home and abroad for more than six decades. If you were one of those boys or tomboys who grew up playing with JCB toys and dreaming of driving and operating one… now you can! And with these group packages, your mates can join in the fun too!
Jump into the cab… get behind the wheel… and relax while our expert instructor introduces you to the controls. As well as briefs you on all the relevant safety protocols. Learn how to drive and manoeuvre the machine within a confined space. All whilst excavating and moving the spoil. Try not to panic when you find yourself left to your own devices and trying to remember which lever does what!