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Wednesday, 14 October 2015

War of the Worlds Fireworks Spectacular comes to Drayton Manor Theme Park

War of the Worlds Fireworks Spectacular comes to Drayton Manor Theme Park


From Friday 30th October, to Sunday 1st November, Drayton Manor Theme Park will close its spectacular 65th anniversary season with an ‘out of this world’ fireworks spectacular.

The Staffordshire based attraction hosts an annual fireworks event; but this year it's set to be even bigger and better than ever with the introduction of a War of the Worlds theme to really get visitors’ spines tingling over the three nights. Once the sun has gone down, families will head to the lake where guests will be dazzled by a breath-taking War of the Worlds fireworks display. Set to the critically acclaimed soundtrack, and with a fantastic, colourful array of lights, this is set to be Drayton Manor’s most stunning yet.


For the younger visitors, there is the newly expanded Thomas Land which is home to over 25 rides and attractions based on the ever popular Thomas & Friends series, where families can enjoy a day out before heading to the main event. The fireworks will begin at 7pm ( last admission is 6pm ), and a whole host of rides will remain open afterwards until 9pm, so the thrills can continue late into the evening. Europe’s only stand-up rollercoaster, Shockwave, the drop-tower Apocalypse, and Air Race, which takes riders on an aerial adventure, will be amongst those open until late. How exciting is that! I know we're all excited here.

For further information about Drayton Manor Theme Park visit www.draytonmanor.co.uk or call 0844 472 1950. For regular updates and news about Drayton Manor Theme Park you can follow them on their social media channels. Follow them on Twitter and Facebook.

As Drayton Manor Blogger Ambassadors we will be there checking out all the action on the first nights so that we can report back and tell you all about it. We can't wait, it's set to be an amazing night. We can't wait to ride the rides at night, it's going to be Roar-Some.

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