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Visitor Information

Visitor Information

CONKERS, the hands on experience in the heart of the National Forest, is open all year round and is only five miles from Junction 11 of the M42.

Suitable for a day out anytime of the year - whatever the weather, come and visit us for fun, adventure and discovery. CONKERS keeps the family engaged for hours!

In the Discovery and Waterside Centres you can explore the interactive exhibits, including a simulated tree top walk and play in the Enchanted Forest Adventure Play area - it's high, it's challenging and sometimes scary!

CONKERS offers a range of places to eat from the Waters Edge through to the Olive Tree restaurant and coffee lounge.
There is also the Trading Post retail area and the National Forest Art Gallery.

CONKERS runs a range of education programmes designed specifically for schools with National Curriculum linked activities. CONKERS also hosts corporate and social events.

Outdoors you can explore over 120 acres of woodland, lakes and gardens. Where you can play on an assault course (13+), climb a viewing tower, take a ride on our Conkerchoo* train linking the Waterside and Discovery Centres and lose yourself in the Playdale adventure play park. CONKERS also has a covered amphitheatre which hosts a range of music events and activities for all the family throughout the year.

Please note that children must be accompanied by an adult at all times

New for 2013 our programme of outdoor adventure pursuits.

Opening Times & Prices

Opening Times & Prices

We are open daily all year from 10am.

News

News

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Offers

Offers

Information on all our latest offers.

Memberships

Memberships

Annual membership admission is available at CONKERS.

FAQs

FAQ's

See all the FAQ's here.

Directions

Directions

Information on directions by car and public transport.

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