A unique mix of indoor and outdoor experiences to keep the family entertained. Don't miss the Enchanted Forest Play area.
Enjoy the great outdoors with all the family at Conkers. There are 120 acres of maturing woodlands, lakes, ponds and play areas to explore as well as an 18 stage Activity Trail challenge and the Vertigo Adventure with high and low ropes, zip wire and climbing walls. Inside, there's a 4D cinema, the Enchanted Play Zone and over 100 interactive exhibits.
What makes it special
- Outdoor and indoor attractions
- Hi/Lo ropes course
- 4D cinema
Open year round apart from Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
2nd October to 31st March 10am - 5pm
1st April to 1st October 10am - 6pm
January Weekends Only 10am - 5pm
Adult Entrance Ticket £9.05
Child Entrance Ticket £8.14
Child Entrance Ticket (0 - 2yrs) FREE
Family Entrance Ticket (2 adults and 2 children) £35.95
Concessions Entrance Ticket £8.14
Super Family Entrance Ticket (2 adults and 4 children) £45.95
Other things to do nearby
Take a tour of the National Forest by bike! We've got a well-equipped bike shed with a full selection of equipment, complete with bike washing facilities for a sparkling ride.
An impressive iron-making blast furnace. Why not try a boat trip along Ashby Canal, a woodland walk or guided museum tour.
The 5.7km Ashby Woulds runs from the old station at Measham to Spring Cottage.
The mix of woodland and meadow, ponds and play areas offer the perfect playground for visitors of all ages, all year round. See details on the Centre's website
The National Brewery Centre delves into the history of the legendary Bass family and the role they had in the development of brewing.
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