Water World Review
Water World review of the water park based in Stoke. We decided we wanted to finish off the few days of half term with some day trips out. The first on our list was Water World in Stoke. We had heard lots of things and seen some photos from Water World so decided it was time to do our very own Water World Review. See how we got on:
Our review of Water World
A short drive down the M6 to stoke, leaving at Junction 15 or 16 brings you to Water World in Stoke. The place is very easy to find. We were a little surprised to be stopped by security outside the door to check our bags, however, the guy was very funny and friendly – indeed he was more friendly than most of the staff in the venue.
Water World has lots of slides, rides, climbing, swimming wave machines and more. We were not allowed to take any pictures/videos to show you, however, there are lots available on Facebook from a simple search for Water World Stole. It was great fun, the only difficulty we found was taking one adult with two kids of 3 and 6, in so much they both wanted to do different things. This made it slightly tricky to watch one in the wave pool whilst the other was on the little flumes! Overall the whole centre was clean and tidy and staff were constantly cleaning up which was a great sign. The changes rooms are a little “tired” but no major issues.
Overall Joshua our main tester said that this was the “best day ever” and gave it a double thumbs up! We would highly recommend going for a day out to Water World, just avoid peak times if you can when it is busy. This will give you more access to the attractions and slides without lots of queues
Water World Prices and Tickets
We took our three year old and 6 year old to test out Water World. Initially, they tried to charge us the full price for both children. This meant we would be paying the full adult price for our three year old. We challenged this and were asked to get him to stand next to a sign to show he was shorter (way shorter) than the 1.1m metres which charge the adult price. Our 6-year-old was slightly over so got charged the adult price.
Prices are, adults and children over 1.1m £12.99 Children under 1.1m £10.99. Toddler and parent ticket £20. Family of 4 £46
Bear in mind, if it is busy during peak times they will restrict you to 3 hours.
We do think this is quite pricey, as once you have paid that you also have to pay £3.50 to park in their own carpark.
Find out more and book tickets directly at the Water World website. We hope you enjoyed our Water World Review, let the know you found about Waterworld from our website!