So, if you’re someone without a thrill-seeking bone in their body, what can you do at a theme park? To find out, we’re taking a look at some of the attractions and activities you can enjoy at Oakwood that are free from thrills and spills.
Following Welsh Government’s announcement on Monday 19th October, regarding a national circuit breaker lockdown, Oakwood Theme Park has sadly now closed for the 2020 Season. The following sets out the options for ticket holders, Season and Annual Pass holders who are unable to visit as a result of the early conclusion to the 2020 Season. […]
Following today’s Welsh Government’s announcement regarding a national circuit breaker lockdown, we are saddened to announce that Oakwood will be closed for remainder of the 2020 season. We would like to share a big thank you to all those who have attended our shortened 2020 season, and would like to pay a particular thanks to […]
The continued local lockdowns across the majority of Wales and areas of the UK, coupled with guidance from Welsh Government around non-essential travels, has made it necessary to review our planned opening for Oakwood’s Spooktacular Halloween event. We are disappointed to announce that this weekend’s planned opening for Spooktacular has been cancelled. We apologise for […]
We’ve put together this half-term survival guide, showcasing some of the best things to see and do in South Wales this October. Fun, safe and affordable, these brilliant day-out ideas can help keep you and your little ones sane this half term.