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Wonderland Telford Review: A Fun Fairytale Escape

Wonderland Telford is a special place where nursery rhymes and fairytales come to life within 9 acres of woodland. Here’s our Wonderland Telford review.


Priced at £12.50 for adults and children (under 2’s go free) it’s certainly affordable. There is also a family ticket you can purchase which includes 2 adults and 3 children for £50.

Tagging along with a friend of mine and his young daughter (2 years old) we managed to stay in Wonderland for close to four hours which is three hours longer than I thought we would be there.

Beautiful theming and a wonderful atmosphere immersed us in Wonderland with numerous characters wandering around the park from various fairytales.

A large castle sits near the entrance where you can meet princesses and various shows are put on throughout the day.

Trail into the woods and come face to face with Snow White outside of her cottage or take a peek at old-school animatronics inside the crooked house or the Gingerbread house.

Snow White Cottage

These purpose-built attractions along a woodland trail really are stunning with the Snow White cottage certainly being the most impressive. Located next to a stream the whole area is beautifully landscaped and is rather quite magical.

At Christmas time with snow on the ground walking around this woodland wonderland would be something quite spectacular indeed.

Your ticket includes access to the Crazy Maze which is certainly not an easy maze to navigate with many people spending a good 20-30 minutes trying to find the middle. Also included are unlimited free rides and a walk through Dinosaur Valley.

Dinosaur Valley was certainly a strange addition to me to include within a nursery rhyme and fairytale-themed park. It stood out like a sore thumb. Simply press a button to hear about the large dinosaur model you’re staring at and then move along. A very strange choice by the park to include that.

Wonderland also comes with a Christmas village which includes festive-themed huts and a walkthrough Ice Mountain attraction that is open all year round.

Complete with a cool breeze, snowy theming and teddies aplenty Ice Mountain was a nice little festive addition to the area.

Humpty Dumpty

Wonderland Telford is certainly a park to enjoy on sunny and snowy days that’s for sure. Walking around the woodland in the rain wouldn’t be a great day out for me and with limited places to seek shelter would certainly not bring me any joy.

There are indoor areas including an indoor play area with a bouncy castle but on rainy days I could imagine it being too packed to even dare to venture inside.

The 6 rides are perfect for children but only two of the six rides adults can actually jump on with their children. The rides not suitable for adults are catered for children up to the height of 4ft.

A pirate-themed crazy golf course is also located on-site and food stalls selling burgers and doughnuts. I had a lamb burger with crispy onions and mint sauce and it was absolutely delicious and only cost £5.

Wonderland Telford Theming

When it comes to theming Wonderland really does a great job of immersing you in the magic. I was impressed by the friendliness of the staff and the actors who brought the set pieces to life.

The perfect day out for the children but if it’s raining then I’d maybe look at somewhere else to visit as the experience would certainly be a more toned down one, to say the least.

Check out our video from Wonderland Telford below:


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