Staffordshire-based attraction, Drayton Manor Park, is bringing back its much-loved adult and toddler ticket due to popular demand.

The family-favourite theme park’s Adult and Toddler ticket permits an adult with a toddler up to the age of four to visit the park on weekdays for just £24. There are huge savings to be made when booking in advance, with adult tickets costing £39.50 and toddler tickets costing £8.50 when booked on the day.

With the great value ticket, adults with children or grandchildren can avoid the hustle and bustle of a weekend trip and enjoy a fun day out with loved ones for up to 50 per cent (or £24) off the cost of purchasing adult and toddler tickets separately.

The ticket is available now until 16 October 2020 and provides the perfect chance for families to enjoy a fun-packed day out that won’t break the bank.

Drayton Manor Park reopened its 100+ rides and attractions this summer, including Europe’s only Thomas Land. Suitable for children and adults of all ages, Thomas Land consists of 25 tot-friendly favourites, including several exciting mini-coasters for the little ones, such as Jeremy Jet’s Flying Academy and the Troublesome Trucks Runaway Coaster.

Other attractions open to visitors include popular family favourites rides such as Bounty Pirate Ship, Accelerator and ultimate water ride, Stormforce 10.

Families can also visit a variety of endangered animals at Drayton Manor Park’s conservation Zoo, home to over 500 animals of all shapes and sizes from around the world, including the stunning Scarlet Macaw, curious Slender-Tailed Meerkat and fluffy Red Panda.

The family attraction has a number of safety measures in place for guests, including social distancing, hand sanitiser stations, and regular routine cleaning of rides.

The Adult and Toddler ticket is on sale now for advanced bookings only on weekdays within school term times. The ticket is valid for one guest over 18 years and one aged 4 years and younger. More information about the Adult and Toddler ticket can be found here.

Visit www.draytonmanor.co.uk to find out more, or follow the park on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates: www.facebook.com/DraytonManorPark and www.twitter.com/draytonmanor