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Frequently Asked Questions


We know how important it is for your school trip to be focused around your class' learning abilities and curriculum. Please visit here to learn more about our selection of workshops or here to download some of our resources, including printable activity sheets to keep your class engaged.

Workshops are available to book for School Trips in 2024. For more information, click here.


You can book by completing a provisional booking form.

If you have any specific queries please contact the team on 

If you have any questions regarding workshops, please contact the workshop team via

Schools can bring as many teachers as they need.

We offer complimentary teacher tickets when booking - 1 per 10 paying secondary students, 1 per 5 paying primary students and 1 per 3 paying early years and nursery students. For more information, click here.

We recommend that all groups under the age of 12 years old must always have at least 1 supervising teacher within their group of 6.

Tickets will be sent in a confirmation email to the guest who completed the booking. If you are unable to find your tickets, please contact our team on 01372 731680.

We match our regular school prices for home school students. Proof of status will be required as with schools. Please click here to book Home School trips.

Each ride has its own height restrictions ranging from 0.9m to 1.4m minimum. To explore all our rides in advance, please click here

We have a fully manned First Aid/Medical Centre located by the exit to Tomb Blaster within our Forbidden Kingdom land.

All existing rides and new rides have an ‘In-Service Annual Inspection’ by outside independent inspection engineers to ensure the safety and integrity of the ride for each season. Daily inspections are also carried out by our own qualified engineers.

Yes, a few of the rides have strobe lighting for effect. Please visit here for a full list of our ride photography and strobe lighting.

Some of the rides and attractions can be quite small in area and to some individuals these may feel confined. However, no areas on the park can be defined as a confined space.

Some rides and attractions at Chessington World of Adventures Resort expose children to water.

We ensure that floor surfaces are non-slip wherever possible. The outdoor nature of the park means that it is exposed to weather conditions that can have an adverse effect on surfaces. Care needs to be taken when surfaces are wet.

The park is closed to vehicular traffic movement when open to the public. There are designated drop-off points for coaches at Chessington World of Adventures Resort. There is no requirement for children to cross any busy public roads although children will be required to cross-internal park roads to access the admissions area. Pedestrian walkways are provided where possible.

Yes food is clearly labelled in accordance with trading requirements.

You can see our full ride safety guide here.

Found at the very bottom of the provisional booking receipt, the team will ask you to confirm your final numbers before proceeding to payment. You can make changes at this stage, but once confirmed, these numbers are final and cannot be altered further.

Steps may need to be negotiated around the park. Disabled access is provided where necessary. For more information, click here.


There is plenty of complimentary space for coaches and minibuses to park at the Resort. This is located by our Lodge Gate entrance. At peak times entrance to the Resort can become rather busy so early arrival is always advised.

Chessington Resort souvenir guides are available to purchase at all of our retail stores. We advise all students and teachers to download our free Chessington World of Adventures app which has an interactive map and details of ride queues and show times.

Yes the park is well sign-posted along with comprehensive detail on the park map.

Safety glass is used throughout the park.

The park has regulations displayed at the entrance. Staff are trained to enforce these regulations for the benefit of all adventurers. Staff will instruct children to behave where necessary.

We have a large variety of open spaces for school groups to use. These include our picnic areas behind Croc Drop, Penguin Bay, Sealion Bay and lawn Explorer Entrance and Wild Woods. Please refer to our park map or App to plan your trip.

Lockers can be found at Adventure Point, Mexicana, Land of the Tiger, Land of the Dragons and Wild Woods. There is a charge to use lockers, small lockers are £1 per hour or £5 all day and large lockers are £2 per hour or £10 all day. You can return to your locker as many times as you like within your hire period without incurring any extra charges. Lockers are limited so be sure to get yours before you begin your wild adventure.

There are no lunchrooms available but there is a wide variety of food options on the Resort. There are also several seating areas around the Resort which may be suitable, but we do not reserve.

Currently there is not a dedicated room although we will consider requests when the learning spaces are free. Please contact us at

Lost children should report to a member of staff. The First Aid Centre has a lost children facility.

Chessington World of Adventures Resort has a comprehensive emergency plan that has been developed in conjunction with the emergency services. Staff are trained in what to do in an emergency.

The park has a procedure in place to evacuate adventurers from the park safely. This will be implemented by fully trained staff.

There are shaded areas throughout the Resort for students to use.

Handrails are provided where necessary. There are no steep slopes at the park. As there are slight hills, scooters, roller skates and children's tricycles are not permitted into the park. For their own safety we request that children wearing Wheel Heeled shoes (Heeleys) do not activate the wheel part of the shoe and take due care and attention while in the park.

Guests can download our free app and gain access to our park map. 


If you lose something whilst at Chessington World of Adventures Resort, please visit Guest Help & Information in Adventure Point who will be able to assist.

Alternatively, you can submit lost property requests using our Lost Property contact form if you have already left Chessington World of Adventures Resort.

Please note: Due to the volume of enquiries, we receive regarding lost property, we will only respond to guests whose item/s have been found as per the information provided on the forms.


We're delighted to have been nominated for the Best Wildlife Attraction, at the annual School Travel Awards!