Take a look inside the mammoth new £5million woodland theme park coming to Britain.

The huge new family-friendly attraction is set to thrill Brits when it opens in Cheshire.

The new, huge £5 extravaganza will feature everything from wooden play structures and areas to zip wires.

It will open in Malpas on April 12.

Tom Blofeld, creator of the park and author of the magical book series that BeWILDerwood is based on and 'Le Grand Fromage', said: “We can’t wait to finally open the gates to the people of Cheshire and beyond.

"When thinking about opening a second park and after looking at a few options, I just knew Cheshire was the right choice.

"The woodland is the perfect setting for the Boggles and Twiggles and all the other curious characters from the books. I hope our visitors love the wonky world of BeWILDerwood just as much as the Norfolk folk.

"The key is to use your imagination and simply have fun together as a family”.

The park, named BeWILDerwood, is is based on a book series by Tom Blofeld.

The attraction will include 10 giant structures, including a magnificent Sky Maze, which reaches 8 metres into the treetops.

CheshireLive reports the new attraction has been inspired by the success of a sister site in Norfolk.

Thrill-seekers are promised fun, imagination and adventure with no noisy rides, no technology and no junk food.

Kids will be able to run wild in the magical adventure park and spend hours running, whizzing and clambering on sustainable wooden structures ranging from aerial ropewalks to climbing walls, balancing logs and muddled mazes.

There is also a selection of healthy food available at the Cosy Cabin and Munch Bar for anyone who doesn’t wish to bring their own picnics.

Other activities include face painting, interactive storytelling shows and crafting sessions which are all included in the ticket price. Parking at the venue is free.

Admission prices at BeWILDerwood are based on height rather than age, as there are fun things to do in the park that require longer arms and legs.