Indoor Funfair returns to Exhibition Centre Liverpool for Christmas
2 years ago
This Christmas Exhibition Centre Liverpool will once again host the Indoor Funfair which returns with a trio of brand new thrill rides.
The Superstar, Superbowl and Fighter join the line-up which is set across 90,000 sq. ft of Exhibition Centre Liverpool with huge bouncy castle The Realm and a Tagada making their return.
They join traditional funfair favourites the Dodgems, Waltzer, Ferris Wheel and Carousel, as well as the UK’s largest travelling funhouse, all under one roof from December 18th and into the New Year.
John Lowery, director of Indoor Funfair said:
“We’re delighted to be back in Liverpool for our third visit this year with some new thrill rides added to the line-up.
“Our 25ft high inflatable bouncy castle The Realm, with its maze of tunnels and huge slides, is back after proving so popular at the last event.
“With unlimited access to rides and inflatables during each three hour session it’s a fun event for families to enjoy and it all takes place in a fully ventilated, safe environment.
“Tickets always sell fast so book now to make sure you don’t miss out.”
Faye Dyer, managing director of The ACC Liverpool Group, operator of Exhibition Centre Liverpool, said:
“It’s been fantastic to put on so many events this year and Indoor Funfair was one of the first to return.
“It’s an extremely popular family attraction and we’re thrilled it’s taking us into 2022 when we look forward to welcoming back even more people to enjoy our packed programme of live experiences.”
Pre-booked tickets cost £10 per session for unlimited access to rides with spectator tickets priced at £3. There is also a special online offer of four riding wristbands for £36. Refreshments and any prize games are not included in the ticket price.
Sessions run daily from 10am-1pm; 2pm-5pm and 6pm-9pm and people are advised to arrive 30 minutes before.
Between 6pm – 9pm on 18th December and 10am-1pm on Sunday 2nd January there’ll be autism-friendly sessions for those with sensory needs where the venue lights will be switched on, music will be turned down, ride lights switched off and rides slowed where possible.