Dora the Explorer and Diego are coming to Crealy

Nick Jr. characters, Dora the Explorer and her cousin Diego will be at Devon’s Crealy on Good Friday.

Visitors to Crealy will be able to see Dora and Diego tour the park at times between 11am and 1pm. This is will be the first time children have been able to see Diego in Devon and Crealy reports that there have been a large number of enquiries about his visit. This will be Dora the Explorer’s fourth visit to Crealy as she is so popular with park visitors.

Good Friday is the start of Crealy M’Egga Easter Weekend, with tens of thousands of chocolate eggs hidden throughout Crealy for children to find and eat.

Visitors will also be able to see the Silly Mini Sunday parade in the Park, with over 50 Minis on site to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Mini. There will be a number of Lambrettas on display too.

Angela Wright, MBE, Managing Director said, “Easter weekend is also a great time to visit Crealy. As Crealy is an all weather attraction our Parks are the ideal choice whatever the weather so they are perfect for Easter holiday family fun. Dora the Explorer is always really popular and this year we are also welcoming Diego who will be equally popular with our guests – plus it is the first time he has visited the South West!

New indoor attraction, Go Wild has opened at Devon’s Crealy in time for the Easter school holidays. Go Wild is a canopy adventure above the dinosaurs of Dina’s Lost World, with high level tunnels, tubes, bridges, ropes and nets.

New Crealy Kids Adventure Club has also opened for the school holidays. The new kids club is available to children aged 8 years and over old during school holidays. Children attending the day camp can enjoy the facilities and attractions at the family theme park, participating in a timetable of exciting activities from theatre workshops to animal handling, parachute games to camp craft and survival skills.

Families visiting Devon’s Crealy and Cornwall’s Crealy can return to the Parks free of charge for a whole week after their first visit, giving visitors extra time to explore some of the region’s biggest rides, huge indoor entertainment centres, meet friendly animals all set within100 acres of countryside.