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Old 22 Jun 22, 05:20 PM  
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How busy does Thorpe Park get in the summer hols? THey're doing a good deal at the moment for 2 day tickets and a hotel stay, will that be enough time to do the rides? We live almost 4 hours away so it's going to be a bit of a drive!
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Old 22 Jun 22, 05:41 PM  
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Quite busy and lots of teens but Id say 2 days is definitely enough to do all the rides.
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Its not a bit park, in 2 days you will definitely do all the rides, most more than once.
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I was planning on going on Friday, but last Friday I looked at the ride queue times and most rides were around 90-120 minutes. I'm not queueing up for that long so I'll go another time when its quieter
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I was planning on going on Friday, but last Friday I looked at the ride queue times and most rides were around 90-120 minutes. I'm not queueing up for that long so I'll go another time when its quieter
Lots of school trips this time of year, unfortunately.
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Last Friday was an inset day ay many schools across the country which bumped up attendance. School trips can be a problem, but they also tend to go before the park closes and queue lines drop.
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