Start the Christmas countdown with a bang with Festive Fireworks at Gulliver’s!

Families are invited to Gulliver's World, Warrington; and Gulliver's Land, Milton Keynes on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 December for a fantastic Festive Fireworks display that will see the night sky lit up in a kaleidoscope of colour!
The annual Festival Fireworks show is a special event in Gulliver's Christmas calendar - the success of previous years meaning that this year, for the first time in history, the pyrotechnic performance will take place over the course of two nights!
Gulliver's provide perfect opportunities for families to make magical memories, particularly in the festive period. Guests can enjoy selected rides and attractions throughout the day, as well as some cracking Christmas shows, before the fireworks show in the evening.
The theme parks are open from 10:30am for families to enjoy a full day of festive fun with Gully Mouse and the gang.
Dean Kimberley, Director of Guest Services at Gulliver's, commented:
"As cliché as it sounds, Christmas really is the most wonderful time of the year for families to make memories and enjoy being together. Gulliver's host a number of events throughout the festive season to encourage families to get out, to get together and embrace the Christmas spirit. It's a fantastic feeling to know you're bringing happiness to children and their parents."
Christmas will be in full swing at Gulliver's throughout December - children can share Christmas wishes with Santa, show their skills at Elf School, as well as enjoying the usual rides and attractions on offer.

It is strongly advised to book online in advance for the best price and to guarantee admission.
Packages are available to suit all, including special festive fun. To book your Festive Firework fun visit www.gulliversfun.co.uk
*Please note* that Gulliver's Kingdom, Matlock Bath, is not open throughout the Festive Fun but the adjoining accommodation is open for overnight stays. For further information, visit the Gulliver's website.

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