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Thorpe Park Resort

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Alfred,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
28 Aug 2022
Good
Excellent experience. I enjoyed a lot of ride. However waiting time was too much for of the rides. I was able to use just six rides. It is slightly expensive place to visit.
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Anonymous
05 May 2022
Excellent
Easy to book on this app super duper easy and in Thorpe park was absolutely fun must go ghost train was by far the most fun but scariest ride I went on. Overall a wonderful experience
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Colin,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
02 Sep 2022
Good
Was a fantastic outing with the family. Definitely worth it.
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About: Thorpe Park

Thorpe Park Resort is a theme park in Surrey with over 30 thrilling rides, attractions, and live events to keep the whole family busy all day.

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Thorpe Park
Staines Rd, KT16 8PN, Chertsey
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