Kids love excavators, lorries, cranes and other machines. Playing with them they pretend to be adults and imagine themselves at the wheel of a real vehicle. In Diggerland these dreams come true!
#1 The first bucket of earth!
#2 A joint ride with daddy
#3 The excitement and engagement of a little builder
Diggerland is a chain of theme parks providing lots of fun for all fans of building industry. Its four branches are located in Great Britain (Castleford, Strood, Langley Park, Cullompton) and USA (West Berlin in New Jersey). This is where children can feel like real operators of construction machinery.
The biggest attraction is by all means the chance to operate real excavators, tippers, bulldozers or telescopic material handlers. The memories will never be forgotten!
#4 A bit of competition – who’s going to find the hidden treasure first?
#5 Girls like big machines, too
#6 Tipper maneuvers on an obstacle course
Operating a telescopic material handler is a real test of agility and concentration. The operator has to pick the tires and carry them somewhere else. Of course there is a time limit. Apart from that, the kids can go go-cart racing or have fun at the carousel or the rollercoaster.
#7 Will she manage to pick up the tire?
#8 Up in the sky in a bulldozer bucket
#9 The youngest tipper drivers
The youngest visitors (under 5) have a special playground with mini machines.
#10 A young excavator operator in a helmet and a warning vest
Diggerland is a great attraction for kids between 4 and 14. Admission for kids shorter than 35 inches is free.
#11 Having fun together on the racing track
#12 A train ride for the youngest ones is so much fun
#13 A gigantic machine attacks!
The theme parks are fun not just for the kids, but also for their parents. Didn’t we all dream about getting inside the excavator cabin, getting a bucket of earth and dropping it somewhere else?
#14 Family hole gigging
#15 Duck hunting calls for a lot of precision
#16 Theme carousel
What do you think about such parks? Would you like to drive an excavator? Let us know in your comments.