Perfect for families with kids in search of their first wild adventure, explore the rainforests of the world by road, taking the wheel on Jungle Rangers; by river, making a splash on mini-log flume, River Rafts, and from the treetop canopy, bouncing up high on Treetop Hoppers, all while spotting creatures including tortoises and capybaras, the world’s largest rodent. In addition to the Rainforest, everyone’s favourite patchwork elephant, Elmer, is set to fly into Chessington in 2020 as the Resort launches Elmer’s Flying Jumbos. Fans of the picture-book character will be able to pick a colourful elephant to take them to the skies on the flying carousel.
Guests able to provide evidence of disability are entitled to bring a helper free of charge and a second helper half price
Ride access pass available for guests who cannot wait in main ride queue lines. Documentation must be submitted at least 5 working days prior to visit
A designated car park close to the entrance is reserved for Blue Badge holders
Wheelchair hire is available from Adventure Point Gift Shop and is charged at £10 per day, plus a £50 fully refundable pre-authorisation on a credit or debit card. Registered disabled guests with documented proof may hire a wheelchair free of charge, but a £50 pre-authorisation will still apply
Leatherhead Rd, Chessington KT9 2NE
There are no exchanges or refunds available after purchase.
Where Do I Go
Chessington is in Surrey, on the A243, just two miles from the A3 and M25 (junction 9 or 10). They are well signposted