What to do this October half term – that is the question looming in everyone’s mind.
With local restrictions across the UK, it’s proving more difficult to decide where to spend your time.
Diggerland is the perfect destination for families looking to spend some quality time together in the outdoors. All main attractions are situated outside, making your day that extra safe!
Why visit Diggerland this October Half Term?
By providing our visitors with the capabilities of driving their own diggers and dumpers, we’re certainly one of the most unique attractions in the UK.
Diggerland is located in Kent, Devon, Durham and Yorkshire. This means that you’re never too far away from digging until your heart’s content!
A visit to Diggerland is sure to provide one of the most unique days out of the year, and will most certainly be a talking point for your kids when they go back to school!
Is Diggerland Covid-19 friendly?
We have a number of measures that have been taken to ensure that your visit is as safe as possible, whilst having as much fun as possible!
At Diggerland, you can expect to see social distancing markers and signage, sanitised machines and touch points and a reduced visitor capacity. All visitors will undergo a non-invasive temperature check on arrival.
All employees will be wearing a face covering, and hand sanitising stations are provided upon entering the park.
You will also notice that our soft play areas are currently closed to keep the little ones as safe as possible!
To read up on our Covid-19 information, you can visit our website.
When can we visit Diggerland?
Diggerland is open this October half term week up until the 1st November.
After this, we close for the winter season and re-open in February 2021 *sad face*.
We currently recommend for our visitors to pre book their tickets online in order to guarantee their entry. Tickets can be purchased on arrival, should we not already be fully allocated.
So, press pause on your pumpkin carving and be sure to visit our Diggerland parks before we close!