The new UK adventure park so popular it's now opening all winter | The Sun

A NEW adventure park has been so popular that it will now stay open for all of winter.

Hide & Secrets play park opened at Burghley House in Peterborough earlier this year.

The play park was inspired by the country's first Chief Spymaster William Cecil who worked for Queen Elizabeth I.

It has six-themed zones, with lots of technology-free rides along the way.

This includes the Whispering Woods, Butterfly Banks and Woodhenge.

The largest part of the park is the Hidden Towers with two slides, climbing walls, wobbly walkways and tunnels.

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There is a toddler and preschool area with smaller slides and play areas, as well as accessible play areas and paths.

The park also has a cafe The Muddy Mole, with snacks and drinks on offer.

Kids are given a free Spymasters Guide activity book on arrival too, where they can find hidden mols and break cypher codes.

The park will now be open until the end of the year, with six weekends staying open between November 4 and December 17.

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Tickets can be booked online, starting from £7.50 for kids and £9 for adults although kids under three go free.

Family passes (two parents and three kids cost £30 and annual passes start from £24.

Tickets include entry to Burghley House – which also has some exciting activities this year.

Tours by Head Gardener Joe Whitehead will take guests around the gardens during autumn with flower arranging and sandwiches along the way.

And during Halloween, there are spooky tours through the "creepiest corners of Burghley House" as well as a Christmas Fare.

Next month there is also Burghley by Twilight, with live classical music and prosecco.

We've found some other amazing adventure parks in the UK too.

Blenheim Palace opened their £3.6million The Lost Garden adventure park this year, with zip wires and secret chambers.

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