The best time to visit
The best time of day to visit is in the morning as soon as the attraction opens. It gets very busy soon after and continues for most of the day. Another option is to go later in the afternoon when hopefully the majority of the crowds have passed through the entrance making for a less crowded experience.
Storage of bags etc during your visit
You cannot take large bags with you into the attraction itself, however there is a storage area where you can leave your belongings then collect them at the end of your visit.
Disabled Access and pushchairs
Shrek’s Adventure is built to be wheelchair friendly although there are a few narrow sections when care is needed to navigate your way through. Parents with small children are asked to leave pushchairs outside in the storage area as too many pushchairs can create a hazard to easy access in such a crowded area.
Prior to being allowed to enter Shrek’s Adventure, all visitors will have to go through the security check area. Prohibited items are listed and include any sharp objects or items considered a security risk such as knives, scissors and toy or replica guns.
A visit includes
Your journey begins on the flying bus and takes you through 12 themed zones until you arrive in Far Far Away. You will also visit other Dream Works favourites such as Cinderella, Puss in Boots and attempt to rescue Pinocchio from the wheel of torture. The Muffin Man will invite you to cook a magic spell and throughout the tour you should collect the clues to find Shrek and make it safely to the end of the journey. Throughout the tour you are accompanied by actors that engage in captivating storytelling, special effects and animation sequences to encourage you to feel the adventure.
After the tour ends
Once you have reached Far Far Away the fun continues into the zones of Madagascar and on into the Valley of Peace. Here there are plenty of opportunities for taking photos or joining in some interactive games specially designed for children of all ages.