Angry Birds Activity Park has opened to the public at Yorkshire's Lightwater Valley. 


Covering more than 30,000sq.ft, the park offers indoor and outdoor areas and is now open year-round. 

Allan Leech, chief executive of Lightwater Valley Attractions, said, “In 2012 Angry Birds was the most popular paid-for app on Apple’s App Store, so when we were looking at a £1million investment in creating a new attraction here at the park it was clearly a popular choice. We are already seeing an increase in advanced ticket sales and anticipate making a £2.5million impact to the region’s economy over the next five years.”

Rob Hetherington, national development manager for Angry Birds at Lappset UK, who designed and manufactured the activity equipment said: “It has been very exciting to build the largest Angry Birds Activity Park in the country. The parks are a healthy way for the whole family – from toddlers to grandparents – to enjoy the hugely popular Angry Birds theme. Lappset is very keen to encourage people to get outdoors and get moving and if you can enjoy yourself while doing so, then all the better.”  


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