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The Best Theme Parks in The Midlands

The Midlands is one of the most diverse regions in England. It is the UK’s second-largest economic region after London. It is also one of the fastest-growing areas in the UK, with expansion in all sectors. Apart from the beautiful countryside, the Midlands has a rich history and culture with many attractions to enjoy.


Theme parks are a popular vacation destination. The Midlands region has plenty of theme parks to offer and here are the top three in the region.


Alton Towers Theme Park

Alton Towers Theme Park is a theme park in Staffordshire, England. It is the second most visited theme park in the United Kingdom. Alton Towers Theme Park was opened on 17 July 1980 by John Broome and his family. The park was originally called "Alton Towers Funfair" and had a single attraction, the "Tower of Terror". The Alton Towers Theme Park has been voted as one of the best theme parks in Europe by TripAdvisor.


Keep your scream intact with our Nemesis. It has plenty of twists and turns that you'll need to hold onto your hat for! Alternatively, give The Smiler a whirl. It's the world's first 14 loop rollercoaster!


There are also plenty of rides at Alton Towers for small children including CBeebies Land and the CBeebies Land Hotel. There are 15 rides and attractions to explore, with something for every age group! You can even meet your favourite characters during your visit.



Drayton Manor Theme Park

Drayton Manor Theme Park is a theme park in England. It is located in Drayton Bassett, Tamworth, Staffordshire. The park was opened in 1983 and has been operating ever since.

The park has a variety of rides for all ages and interests. There are also many other attractions such as the Drayton Manor Theatre, the Drayton Manor Farmyard, and the Drayton Manor Hotel.


Imagine a day out that is all these things: family-friendly, educational, full of adrenaline-filled rides, an array of animals and culture. Now imagine it as luxurious as you could ever hope for because Drayton Manor Theme park has it all! All that's left to do is head over and enjoy this amazing experience.


If you're a wildlife fan, the zoo is a day out worth putting on the calendar. Throughout the day, there are talks from zookeepers that let you get up close to your favourite animals; then if you still haven't had enough, say hello to some prehistoric friends at Dino Trail crazy golf.



West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park

West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park is a wildlife park in Bewdley, Worcestershire and was opened in 1973.


The zoo at the park has 165 different types of animals, in addition to a small theme park. The park contains a number of popular animal species. One of their impressive claims is to have the largest community of white lions in the UK, as well as some noteworthy cheetahs and hippopotami. They also have a lemur walk-through exhibit that's home to the largest colony of this particular animal species in the UK. It was also the first park in the UK to have the African big five game animals.



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