The Milky Way Adventure Park

You’ll find fantastic all-weather fun for ALL the family at The Milky Way – the only attraction in Devon to be awarded Trip Advisor's highest accolade, the Best of the Best Award.

Visit Santa’s Christmas Cottage, journey through the snowy woods, get creative in our Elf Emporium and ride the Festive Train! The Magic of Christmas is coming to The Milky Way on the 9th & 10th and 16th to 23rd December 2023.

Please note: You must book your visit to see Santa online at the same time as booking your park entry tickets. More info and book here> 

The park has a fantastic family challenge – the Ninja Stars games arena with Tag Active scoring, designed to be fun for the whole family to enjoy together. Face a series of events and obstacles to reach the top of the leader-board. Just make sure you tag your wristband on the illuminated beacons to score points as you go! This is exhilarating fun for everyone from 6 years. Another favourite is Ziggy’s Blast Quest, a brilliant interactive ride for all ages that invites you to pilot a Cyber Scooter and use your Blasteroid laser to destroy rogue asteroids and meteors before they destroy the planet. Visitors will also love to ride the Cosmic Typhoon coaster and Cosmic Catepillar, bump around on the dodgems, whizz down the huge Gravity Rider donut slide, run around the maze and Planet Play, and jump for joy on the huge outdoor bouncing pillows – and little ones will especially love the Little Stars play centre designed specifically for 0-6s. To wind down, enjoy a stunning live show, see the residents of the North Devon Bird Of Prey Centre, paint some pottery, ride the mini-train and visit the very popular Sci-Fi exhibit (“from Daleks to Darth Vader”). Then stop for a delicious meal or snack, including the new ‘takeaway-style’ pizza, nachos and pasta, available to enjoy indoors or outside. There’s so much to do here but remember to book ahead online – you don’t want to miss out on the Out Of This World experience! See more about all the fun on offer at The Milky Way here

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