Flamingo Land

Flamingo Land

Overview

One of the county's top theme parks, with rides for all of the family, including Mumbo Jumbo, which has the steepest drop in the world.

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Monday 10am–4pm

Tuesday 10am–4pm

Wednesday 10am–4pm

Thursday 10am–4pm

Friday 10am–4pm

Saturday 10am–4pm

Sunday 10am–4pm

Price

From £7.50

Hostels nearby

YHA Dalby Forest Exterior

YHA Dalby Forest

En suite rooms available
YHA Exclusive Hire
Self-catering kitchen

Flamingo Land

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Map references

Lat/Lng: 54.206949, -0.808176

Contact information

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