Diggerland is the Ultimate Adventure Theme Park experience where children and adults can ride, drive and operate REAL full size construction machinery.
Try out your excavating skills with a 6 tonne Digger, drive a monster JCB 3CX, or take five and enjoy the views 50ft in the air from the Sky Shuttle.There are indoor and outdoor play areas, sandpits, coin operated rides and much more where the younger guests can let off steam whilst parents can just relax and watch the fun… or join in! Buses 184, 185 & 189 run past Diggerland from Castleford train station.
Contact and Getting Here
Willowbridge Ln, Castleford WF10 5NW, United Kingdom
The nearest railway station is Castleford, which is approximately 1½ miles from Diggerland. From there, the 184, 185 & 189 buses, operated by “West Yorkshire Metro”, can be caught at the nearby bus station to Diggerland, Yorkshire.
Galleries 10am-6pm every day. Cinemas stay open later.
Disabled visitors to Diggerland pay the same entry rate as anyone else, but each disabled visitor may bring in one carer/helper free of charge. The carer/helper may use the rides and drives if they wish to do so. Please note that this offer is only valid in conjunction with payment for a full price entry ticket or with the purchase of prepaid on-line entry tickets. It is not valid in conjunction with any special voucher offers, e.g. 2 for 1 or 3 for 2 special discount vouchers or Tesco Clubcard Diggerland Tokens.
Each Diggerland site has a dedicated parking area for cars with disabled parking permits.
Each Diggerland location has at least one toilet adapted to suit the requirements of wheelchair users or disability needs.
The pathways inside Diggerland are either concrete or tarmac or graveled so wheelchair and mobility buggy access should be adequate. Please note that we do not have wheelchairs or mobility buggies available to borrow or hire at Diggerland.
Disabled visitors are welcome to use as many of the rides and drives as they would like during the day. As we use real construction machines as the basis for the activities in Diggerland, please be aware that the machines may not be suitable or provide easy access for the disabled. Our marshals will supervise visitors where they can, but we must advise you that our staff are not able to lift or assist disabled visitors.
Most of the diggers which the public can operate in Diggerland use hand operated controls only. The controls are power-assisted and do not require great strength to operate them.
Diggerland does not operate any “fast track” or preferential queuing service for disabled visitors."