4 Kingdoms Adventure park has all the adventure plays areas you’d expect plus go kart racing, ride-on’s, paddle boats, train rides, tractor rides and more all at no extra cost. This brings a slightly different dynamic to some of the other adventure parks and our kids loved it! It’s really nice as a parent, not to need to worry about additional costs once you’ve paid your entry fee. For once I could say ‘yes, you can go have a go’! on the rides that you usually have to put a coin in!
Need to know
Parking: Car parking is onsite and free of charge
Cafe: there is an indoor cafe with plenty of seating serving hot and cold food.
Push chairs/prams: 4 Kingdoms is mostly outside with a bit of walking between each thing. That said, it is fairly compact so if a toddler is happy to walk a bit you could probably manage without a push chair (the terrain is fine for off road style pushchairs)
Pricing: a family of 4 costs roughly £45 entry with no other hidden costs inside.
Where is it?
About a 1hr drive from Marlow in Headley, Thatcham, RG19 8JY
The MarlowMum’s verdict: we have only visited 4 Kingdoms once but we were big fans and the kids have been asking to go back ever since! We love that it is a little different with all the ride on’s. I think this is what has made it so memorable for our boys. Yes it’s a bit of a trek to get there but we’d do it again.
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