Diggerland Prices – Ticket & Hotel Deals

I’ll walk you through the best deals for you where you can combine a day at Diggerland with a stay in a nearby hotel, which won’t leave you stuck in the mud!

In a rush? We recommend you read the whole guide but here’s quick links to compare hotel deals and a link for booking tickets.

Step 1. Get our insider’s guide to the best hotels near all Diggerland locations.

Step 2. Book tickets direct at Diggerland

I also have top tips to share to help you make the most of your time.

Let’s get started.

DIY Diggerland Ticket & Hotel Package

This is where you book accommodation and Diggerland tickets separately.

Step 1. Find a hotel to suit your budget and criteria.

See our reviews of the top family hotels close to the Diggerland locations,

Then once you’ve found a hotel, don’t book it just yet, first check and see if Diggerland tickets are available on the day you want to visit.

Step 2 Book your Diggerland Tickets


How much is Diggerland?


Adults to age 65 & children 90cm or over £19.95pp
Age 65+ (ID required) £9.95pp
Groups of 10 or more – details here From £13.95pp
Children under 90cm Free
Disabled carer (one per paying visitor) -Free


Adults to age 65 & children 90cm or over £23.95pp
Age 65+ (ID required) £11.95pp
Groups of 10 or more £19.95pp
Children under 90cm Free
Disabled carer (one per paying visitor) – Free

Diggerland Locations

Where is Diggerland Kent?

Medway Valley Leisure Park, Roman Way, Strood, Kent ME2 2NU

Where is Diggerland Devon?

Verbeer Manor, Willand, Cullompton EX15 2PE

Where is Diggerland Durham?

Riverside Industrial Estate, Langley Park, Durham DH7 9TT

Where is Diggerland Yorkshire?

Willowbridge Lane, Castleford, West Yorkshire, WF10 5NW

Diggerland Reviews

There are four locations and they are all well reviewed on Tripadvisor from 4-4.5 out of 5.

A Great Day out
It’s very difficult to find an attraction (in Kent) that has everything to take the family out for the day.

As a stressed out grandparent I cannot praise the staff enough for their help and assistance.

This is an attraction that has certain rides that we found our disabled granddaughter could actually go on and enjoy. Easy to find easy to park.
Date of experience: April 2019

Excellent Fun!
We visited on the last day of the Easter School Holidays with my ten year old son. It was his first visit , and our first visit for 7 years all so.

He absolutely loved it! He wore a big grin all day as he tried most of the rides and experiences. The staff were very friendly, especially in the ‘Dig Inn’ cafe where we enjoyed a lovely meal from their wide menu and later a massive ice cream and hot chocolate.

It seems expensive at first but when you factor in you can ride as often as you like and experience vehicles such as driving dumper trucks, diggers, go carts etc it is well worth it!

It was worth every penny seeing my son so happy. Big kids enjoyed themselves as well ! (Me!). We will definitely return, recommended!
Date of experience: April 2019

As good as i hoped!
I visited on Sunday with a 10 and 13 yr old and they loved it!

Got there at opening time and it took the boys about 3 hours to have one go on everything, then a break to warm up with hot chocolates in a nice cafe/barn, then back out to re-try their favourites.

Both loved the fact that they could drive or control everything!! The 4×4 driving and real JCB driving were favourites along with spindizzy.

Park seems small compared to theme parks, but don’t be fooled, there is LOADS to do! Most staff were young, but really friendly and professional.

If it had been warmer we would have stayed even longer. Go prepared for it to be diggers and mud and you’ll love it!
Date of experience: March 2019

Diggerland Videos

Here’s the official promotional video

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Another fan video:

Diggerland Prices – Ticket & Hotel Deals