The new £3.6million adventure park that's opened in the Cotswolds with zip wires and secret chambers | The Sun

A NEW £3.6million adventure park has opened in the Cotswolds – and kids will love it.

The Lost Garden at Blenheim Palace opened last weekend, inside the famous Walled Gardens.

The attraction has a series of immersive interconnecting zones with secret chambers, clamber nets, tunnels, slides and rope bridges.

Inside The Allotment is the potting shed, with oversized carrots kids can climb, huge deckchairs and a large kitchen with huge spiders webs, asparagus and plant plots to explore.

Other areas include The Grand Bridge, The Embankment and the Wilderness, which as a triple zip line.

An area for younger guests is also part of the attraction, with a wobbly play boat, zip line and log swing, as well as wonky mirrors in the boathouse.

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Larger than the size of a football pitch, it was inspired by the 18th century baroque Palace.

Kids between the ages of 2 and 12 are able to use the park, which was designed by children’s play design company and Oxfordshire family construction firm Kingerlee.

Heather Carter, Managing Director at Blenheim Palace said: “The Lost Garden really is a hidden world of adventure where children can let their imaginations run wild, with hours of limitless, carefree, active play.

"We wanted to make it inclusive and accessible to all children, so the majority of the play area is wheelchair friendly, there is a special Toddler Zone, and we will be holding regular SEND days for children with special needs."

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The park costs £7 for both adults and kids, and you need a ticket to Blenheim Palace as well.

This includes access to the cafe and restaurant as well, which serve snacks, pizza and drinks.

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