A NEW adventure park is set to open set in 20 acres of land.
Wyvernwood will launch this summer, offering families a chance to explore its Enchanted Lost Kingdom.

The adventure park, which is in Alresford, features numerous play areas and adventure activities from a nine meter high enchanted castle to goblin tunnels, a massive galleon ship and even dragon karting.

The attraction also features a Little Kingdom aimed at smaller children, and can be hired out for birthday parties.

The characters of Wyvernwood will play a central role in visitors’ experience.
Guests will enter through a magic portal into another world, inhabited by fabulous fairies, fierce dragons, wise wizards, menacing goblins, a warrior princess and a heroic captain. 

Visitors will need to solve puzzles, decipher riddles and take on quests, such as finding missing treasure.

Wyvernwood’s experiences director Nick White was previously the experience and entertainment manager at Hamleys toy store in London.
He also spent time with Merlin Entertainments as part of the team managing Shrek’s Adventure and the London Dungeon. 

Nick said: “Wyvernwood is like no other visitor attraction in the United Kingdom. It offers an extraordinary world full of wonder, and is perfect for children aged two to 12 and their families to explore for the day.
“It will give them the opportunity for a digital detox while connecting with nature.

“Children can scale the castle walls, set sail in the galleon, find missing treasure, soar with the dragons and flutter with the fairies.
“They can also make their dreams come true at the Magic Wishing Well and, if they dare, we want them to discover what lies deep within the goblins’ lair.

“Once families have explored the adventure activities in the castle grounds, they can venture along the Dragon Trail, past the huge maize maze, to the Wellbeing Woods where they’ll discover the Land of the Fairies, find the Captain’s Campsite, and help Merlin create magic potions in the Wizard’s Domain.” 

Wyvernwood will be open this summer at St Osyth Road, Alresford. Tickets are available at www.wyvernwood.co.uk