Exploring the most Picturesque & Historic parts of England
Join Merlin, King Arthur and his brave knights of the Round Table at the Kingdom of Camelot and explore five magical lands filled with thrilling rides, spectacular shows and many more attractions. Thrill seekers should head for the mighty Whirlwind spinning roller coaster designed to whip you into a frenzy. When you catch your breath dare to ride the fearsome Gauntlet or brave the waters of Pendragon's Plunge. One of our most loved attractions is the Royal Jousting Tournament where you can see knights in combat in the presence of King Arthur. This season welcomes a new attraction with the Birds Of Prey showpiece, an unmissable opportunity to see the majestic birds including eagles and owls. Fancy brushing up on your magic skills? Then learn from the best and join Camelots grand weaver of spells for a masterclass in conjuring and magic in Merlins School of Wizardry. It really is a wizard day out!
Camelot is situated in the beautiful rural location of Charnock Richard, Chorley just a short drive from the M6 (Jct 27 N/bound J28 S/bound) or the M61, Jct 8.
Parking is free.
Why not make a break of it? Accomodation is available at the fabulous Park Hall Hotel situated right next to the Themepark. For information, please click the following link: Park Hall Hotel
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in the county of Lancashire(3.1 miles, 4.9 km, direction E)
The town's historic roots go back beyond the Bronze-Age, as evidenced by findings in the 20th century...
in the county of Lancashire(4.6 miles, 7.4 km, direction W)
Noted for its picturesque late-medieval manor house Rufford Old Hall, the village of Rufford occupies a fine setting on the fertile Lancashire Plains...
in the county of Lancashire(7.6 miles, 12.2 km, direction NE)
It was here that James I created "Sirloin" when he supposedly knighted his beef!..
in the county of Lancashire(8.3 miles, 13.4 km, direction N)
This is the town that was at the centre of the cotton spinning industry for well over a hundred and fifty years. ..
in the county of Lancashire(12.2 miles, 19.7 km, direction SE)
The clogs and black smoke image of Bolton has long since gone, in its place is a fine city with beautiful buildings and a diverse range of attractions sufficient to satisfy the most demanding tourist...All towns in Lancashire
Rufford Old Hall was presented to the National Trust in 1936 by Lord Hesketh. The Old Hall is a medieval manor house of splendid.....