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Wet 'n' Wild UK

In a nutshell

Visit the North East's largest indoor water park Wet 'n' Wild UK on a day out filled with fun and excitement.

Address

Royal Quays, North Shields, Tyne and Wear NE29 6DA

Contact details

Tel: 0191 296 1444

Activity type

Active and Sport, Birthdays, Indoor Activities

Suitable for

Ages 5 - 12, All ages, Teenagers, Under 5s

Price guide

£38

(based on family of 4)

Wet 'n' Wild UK details...

On a day out with the kids plunge into 10 exciting flumes, including the Abyss and the Black Hole! You could even tackle the Kamikaze – if you DARE!

Get drenched in fun or float around the lazy river or ride down the Calamity Canyon at this amazing water park that has a wave machine and a mini water park for the younger ones. Make a day of it and grab some grub at the Beach Hut Café to recharge your batteries before you soak up some more fun.

Open Saturday and Sunday at 10am until 5pm; Friday at 4pm until 8pm for the Wave Rave Disco – with a resident DJ playing top tunes from 6pm for Flumes, Slides, Rides, Waves fun!
Please check the website for opening times during school holidays. Look out for the parent and toddler pre-school swim sessions held on Friday.

Book your tickets online in advance, at least the day before and SAVE 20% on your entry price! Ticket prices depends on age and height; over 1.2 metres tall is £11.95, under 1.2 metres tall is £6.95, under 3’s have free entry and spectator tickets are £3.95.

Wet ‘n’ Wild is located in North Shields, beside Royal Quays Shopping Centre.



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Stay safe. Coronavirus advice is being updated regularly. Some attractions are starting to reopen with social distancing measures in place. Enjoy browsing the site for trips and please check directly with the venue before visiting.  Let’s Go with the Children is here to help and support families with ideas and information on what attractions are re-opening.