New £5m woodland theme park BeWILDerwood opens in Cheshire this year – with no noisy rides, technology or junk food – The Sun

A BRAND new £5m woodland attraction is opening in the UK later this year, with mazes, treetop walks and zip lines.

Even better? There is also no technology, loud rides or junk food at the theme park.

BeWILDerwood, opening on May 23, is located in South Cheshire across 70 acres of woodland.

Inside the park are 10 huge structures, including an eight metre high treetop ride called the Sky Maze, as well as climbing walls, mazes, zip-lines and rope walks.

Kids will love the names of the attractions, from the Wobbly Wires and the Slippery Slopes to the Broken Bridge and Curious Treehouses.

There is also face painting, storytelling, craft workshops and den building for little ones, all included in the ticket price, while parking is also free.

None of the rides feature any technology either, so kids can enjoy going back to basics.

Guests won't find much junk food at the park, with all of it using "local farmers" and fresh products.

There are two choices – the Cosy Cabin and the Munch Bar – although you can also take your own picnic for families looking to keep costs down.

While the menu hasn't been revealed, meals are expected to include healthy hot options such as baked potatoes and soups , along with sandwiches and salads.

There will be some treats such as crisps and snacks, including brownies and flapjacks.

The land is based on the BeWILDerwood book series by Tom Blofiend.

The first BeWILDerwood attraction opened in Norfolk in 2007, and the Cheshire land is just the second theme park.

Tickets to the Cheshire attraction cost £16.50 for kids between 82cm and 105cm, and £18.50 for people over 105cm.

Kids under 92cm go free, while people over the age of 65 cost £10.50.

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