Drusillas Park tourist attraction in East Sussex

Enjoy a family day out in any weather at Drusillas Park, one of the top attractions in the country. Drusillas Park was rated the number one attraction in the UK by The Times (February 2010) 12th in the Sunday Times “Best Days out in Britain” (June 2008) and recommended by The Guardian ‘Things for kids to do’ (March 2010). Previous accolades include Sovereign Radio “Best Sussex Attraction” and Southern FM “Best Family Day Out”. Drusillas Park is delighted to have won the Tourism South East Visitor Attraction of the Year Award for 2010/11 beating Leeds Castle, Blenheim Palace and Beaulieu Motor Museum.

There are plenty of things to do at Drusillas Park, and they have special events and activities for families all year round. Here are a few of our favourites:

  • Children can get up close to lemurs in the walk-through enclosures at LemurLand
  • Thomas the Tank and friends are at Drusillas nearly every day of the year – a must for any Thomas fans
  • Adventurous kids can explore Eden’s Eye, the interactive maze with a mystery to solve
  • Young children can burn off some energy in the indoor play area and outdoor adventure playground especially designed for children under 6

Useful details for visiting Drusillas Park with kids:

Parent and Baby rooms are located opposite Mokomos Jungle Rock and opposite Explorers Lagoon. Baby changing facilities are also available at the Zoo Entrance, Explorers Restaurant and Go Wild!   In case you get caught out, nappy vending machines are available in the Baby Changing Room opposite Explorers Lagoon and in the Parent and Baby Room behind Explorers Lagoon.

The park and facilities are accessible for buggies and for wheelchair users, and there are low-level viewing platforms.

There are plenty of family friendly places to eat, or you can bring your own lunch and use the designated picnic areas .

More information for visitors can be found on their website: http://www.drusillas.co.uk/pages/adayat/visitorinfo.aspx

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  1. Kelly December 13, 2010

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