Having already welcomed thousands of visitors in its first month, the latest news means the popular water park is now accessible for a wider-range of youngsters and families to enjoy.
Little Adventure sessions will run every Saturday morning from 9am to 10am, starting on June 30 and finishing on September 1 at the floating obstacle course, situated on Dukes Dock, next to Royal Albert Dock Liverpool.
Tim Woodhead, creator of The Adventure Dock, said:
“We’ve experienced such high demand since Adventure Dock opened with people of all ages enjoying the obstacle course. So with the summer holidays approaching we’re delighted to be able to extend our offer to younger children.
“The tailored sessions give our youngest visitors the chance to experience the thrills and spills of the aqua park in a safe environment and we hope young families will be able to experience the fun of the Adventure Dock together. Due to the limited capacity of these sessions we encourage visitors to book their tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.”
These tailored sessions for younger visitors will have a limited capacity and children must be accompanied by an adult to ensure the safety of the youngest adventurers. With a ratio of four children to one adult these sessions are a great way for families to enjoy the inflatable course together.
Adventure Dock Co has been created by watersports specialists at Industry Wake and features a 92-metre obstacle course for thrill-seekers to enjoy with over 50 joined-up inflatable obstacles for people of all abilities.
With the weather heating up and Adventure Dock Co offering plenty of splashing, sliding and endless amounts of fun, the Little Adventure sessions are a great way to kick-start your action-packed weekend. Tickets start from £20 or £18 for groups of four or more.
"For more information about the Adventure Dock Little Adventures please visit www.ticketquarter.co.ukonlinethe-adventure-dock-little-adventure-sessions"
Adventure Dock Co
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