Drayton Manor to End Season with a Bang
Drayton Manor Theme Park, near Tamworth, Staffordshire, will end its 2012 season with a bang with two nights of spectacular firework displays on Saturday 3rdÂ and Sunday 4thÂ November.
Set to music, each display will begin at 7pm and last for 20 minutes, making them one of the biggest firework events in the Midlands.
In addition to the fireworks, visitors will also get to enjoy a host of rides that will be open until 9pm, including G-Force, a rollercoaster that subjects riders to 4.3Gs, and Apocalypse, the 54-metre drop towerÂ voted the UKâ€™s scariest ride by Channel Fiveâ€™s The Gadget Show. In addition, thereâ€™s a 4D Cinema, 15-acre zoo and the Ben 10: Ultimate Mission rollercoaster.
For younger visitors, Drayton Manor has Europeâ€™s only Thomas Landâ„˘ attraction, which features a variety of rides themed around the popular Thomas & Friendsâ„˘ series.
Drayton Manor is urging those who want to come and see the fireworks display to book online now to take advantage of the cheaper prices. The reduced rate means that you can spend a whole day in the park and experience the spectacular fireworks display in the evening for only ÂŁ20 for adults, ÂŁ12 for grandee (60+) and children aged 4 â€“ 11 years old and free for children under four. There will also be free parking for those booking in advance.