5 best technology-free adventure parks in the UK that kids love… – The Sun

WITH flashy rides and bright lights, sometimes going back to nature is a much better experience for a family day out.
We've revealed the 5 best UK attractions that have no technology or rides – but still all the fun.
First opening in 2007 in Norfolk, BeWilderwood opened its second park back in 2021 in Cheshire.
Despite having no rollercoasters or rides, there is still loads to do at BeWilderwood.
The 70-acre park has 10 huge play structures, with an eight-metre high treetop ride called the Sky Maze, as well as climbing walls, mazes, zip lines and rope walks.
The Wobbly Wires, the Slippery Slopes, the Broken Bridge and Curious Treehouses are all ideal for both young and old kids.
Bewilderwood is open until the end of October. Tickets start from £13.50
Burghley Houses' Hide & Secrets play park opened earlier this year.
Inspired by Queen Elizabeth I's spymaster William Cecil, there are six themed zones with tech-free activities.
This includes the huge Hidden Towers with two slides, climbing walls, wobbly walkways and tunnels, although kids can also explore Whispering Woods, Butterfly Banks and Woodhenge.
Kids also get a free Spymasters Guide activity book to find hidden secrets and crack codes.
Hide & Secrets is open until December 17. Tickets start from £7.50
The Lost Gardens at Blenheim Palace opened earlier this year.
Inside the attraction are zip lines, rope bridges, tunnels and slides as well as themed zones.
The Allotment has oversized carrots kids and huge deckchairs, with other areas including The Grand Bridge, The Embankment and the Wilderness.
There is a zone for younger kids too, with mini swings and zip lines.
The Lost Garden is open until the end of October. Tickets start from £5
The Alnwick Garden's new Lilidoeri has the largest play structure in the world.
Elfwin Drin is a whopping 65ft tall, with slides bridges and towers to explore.
The attraction celebrates Christmas all year round with trees and elves along the way.
Lilidoeri is open until early November. Tickets start from £12
Nature's Playground opened at the Eden Project earlier this year.
The 500msq attraction is one of the biggest outdoor play areas in the southwest, with a 9m tall Tree Of Life tower in the middle.
Kids can play in the clay pit, as well as on the ladders and swings.
Other features include water play and suspended nets.
Nature's Playground is open all year round. Tickets start from £11
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