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Norfolk adventure park BeWILDerwood has been crowned as one of the UK’s most popular attractions. ​

The park near Wroxham, which is based on the magical series of books with the same name, was named as the most-loved adventure attraction by website Day Out With The Kids.

The fantasy forest park won the accolade as a result of its popularity on the website, and based on feedback from parents who have visited.

Customers were impressed that grown ups are encouraged to get involved, the range of activities included in ticket price and how interactive the staff are.

Marketing Millie, head of marketing Mmlarkey at BeWILDerwood, said: “All the Twiggles at BeWILDerwood are thrilled to have been chosen as the most loved adventure attraction at www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk; we’re blushing! We’re very excited to welcome everyone back for another fantastic season in 2018 - it’s going to be the best year ever!”
BeWILDerwood is a family adventure park that aims to open up a new world which includes intriguing characters such as Boggles, Twiggles, the Thornyclod Spider, and vegetarian Crockelbogs.

The park covers 18 acres of marsh and woodland and begins with a with a boat journey into the park, where the characters are introduced.

There are aerial and ground woodland walks linking a series of treehouses, play structures, picnic and story-telling areas.

Attractions within the park include the Broken Bridge, an invisible glass walk, the Wobbly Wires, a zip line, and the Slippery Slopes.

Lisa O’Keeffe, Brand Manager at www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk, added: “Our site is all about finding adventure and with so much to see and do in one place, we are delighted to crown BeWILDerwood as one of our most-loved days out.

“There really is no place quite like it, and it’s a great attraction for grown-ups and kids alike to love.”

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