Visit Shrek’s Adventure!

Shrek’s Adventure map
Address:
Shrek’s Adventure, County Hall, Westminster Bridge Road, Waterloo SE1 7PB
Tel:
0871 221 2837
Web:
Shrek’s Adventure’s website

Opening times and price

Opening hours:
10 AM to 5 PM (Sun-Fri); 10 AM to 6 PM (Sat)
Ticket cost:
Adults £26.00; Children £20.80 (under-16); Family ticket £92.66
Visiting hours and entry charges are subject to change

Getting to Shrek’s Adventure

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Buses:
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Trains:
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The nearest train station to Shrek’s Adventure is Waterloo
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Craig recommends… Shrek’s Adventure is next door to three more children’s attractions: the London Eye, London Dungeon and London Aquarium. You might like to have a bite to eat in the NAMCO Funscape as well, which is full of arcade games, dodgems and bowling lanes. If your child likes Harry Potter then why not take a day-trip to Warner Bros Studios in Watford? That’s where they keep all the original film sets and props from the Harry Potter movies.

Shrek’s Adventure is No.7 in our list of London’s best children’s attractions.

Shreks Adventure in London

Shrek’s Adventure brings to life all the madcap character from DreamWorks animated movie.

You’ll enter the kingdom of Far Far Away onboard a magical 4D ‘DreamWorks Tours’ bus, but be warned… your guide will be the cheeky donkey, which means you can expect a healthy dose of chaos, calamity and fun along the way!

The trip will include a visit to Shrek’s swamp, the discovery of a mysterious crystal ball, and a trip through the Mirror Maze where you’ll meet your inner Ogre.

 

If you enjoy this then try: Harry Potter Studio Tour and Madame Tussauds (catch the tube from Waterloo to Madame Tussauds).

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