The Milky Way is open daily until 31st October 2019 - closed 23rd, 27th & 30th September and 4th, 7th, 11th & 14th October. Please refer to our opening times calendar for full details.
A small charge is made for archery tuition as there is a limited capacity and individual coaching must be given. There is also a small charge if you wish to attend a baby or toddler class (limited availability) or paint your own pot to take home with you.
Visit once, collect a VIP readmission voucher and you pay just £7.95 per Adult/Child 3+ and £3.50 per 1-2 year old each time you visit us again this season.
The golf putting and Bird of Prey Centre are closed during the winter and we have a very limited live show programme, but we endeavour to keep all other attractions operational, weather permitting. Our indoor spaces are heated using the environmentally Biomass system, making The Milky Way a great place to visit during the winter.
According to Google, people typically spend over 5 hours with us. We regret that we aren't able to offer reduced fees for late entry - therefore we strongly recommend you arrive early and spend the whole day with us to maximise your enjoyment and value for money.
We are a family adventure park and try to provide attractions that the whole family can enjoy together. We have big drop slides, roller coasters, jumping pillows, dodgems, live shows and a sports centre that teenagers normally enjoy - as long as they aren't expecting Alton Towers they should have an enjoyable day. It is also worth considering a trip to The North Devon Wake Park, located just at the other end of our car park where, for a separate fee they can try wakeboarding or have a go on the inflatable aqua park.
Yes they can except in high winds - which are the only thing that can stop our rollercoasters from running for the whole day. If it's raining in the morning we will keep the coasters shut until the afternoon (purely to keep the indoor spaces dry, safe and usable for the day), however we will normally always open the rollercoasters in the afternoon, even if it's still raining.
We operate an honest pricing policy with all rides, play areas and shows included for unlimted use. A small charge is made for archery which includes one to one tutuion and a certificate. There is also a small charge for pottery painting which you get to paint and take home with you or if you would like to attend a baby or toddler class (limited availability).
We are pleased to offer a seperate gluten free menu in the Starlight and Cosmic cafes - please just ask our staff for a copy. We also keep careful records of all our ingredients and so if you would like to check the contents of any of the items on our menus please just ask a member of staff and they will be happy to do this for you. If you or someone in your party has a serious allergy please make this clear when ordering.
We are pleased to offer one free carer per registered disabled guest. You’re welcome to book online for all but the carer and we’ll issue their free ticket at the entrance on the production of proof of disability (such as a blue/orange badge, DLA letter or similar).
We genuinely strive to offer a day out that is accessible, welcoming and enjoyable for all, regardless of ability. In general, the site itself is VERY wheelchair friendly, being all on one level with mainly tarmac and concrete pathways. We also provide ample seating throughout the park, both inside and outside. Our staff are genuuinely happy to help with any specific requests that would make your day more enjoyable - please just ask.
For information on accessibility please click here.
Yes genuinely well behaved, friendly dogs on leads are permitted in much of the site. We regret that dogs are not permitted in the bird of prey centre, bird of prey shows, carpeted play areas or on the rides. Please note that the outdoor putting area is out of bounds for dogs while the 3pm bird of prey show takes place.
You will be asked to read and agree to our code of conduct for dogs when you arrive at the entrance. Exceptions will be made for service dogs.