Diggerland Kent

Attraction Information

If your kids dream of driving their very own construction machinery, Diggerland Kent is the perfect place to make their dreams come true. Get behind the wheel of real-life diggers, dumpers, and other full-size construction vehicles on 20 different rides (Height restrictions apply). Younger ones can even hop on a mini digger on the hunt for buried treasure, or try their hand at mini tenpin bowling with a twist: taking control of a full-size Komatsu PC14 and attempting to knock over skittles with a mini wrecking ball! It’s a unique and thrilling way to bowl.

But the fun doesn’t stop there. Get lifted in the air and spun around on the aptly named Spindizzy, or dare yourself to ride the bone-rattling Groundshuttle. For an even more exhilarating experience, fly 50 feet up in the air on the Skyshuttle. And if you need a break from all the action, there’s even an indoor soft play area for your little ones to enjoy. With so many exciting activities to choose from, Diggerland Kent is the ultimate destination for adventurous families.

Accessibility Information

This Attraction has its own car park

The car park has dedicated disabled parking spaces

There is level access from the disabled parking to the main entrance.

The pathways inside Diggerland are either concrete or tarmac or gravelled.

Where pathways are gravel some assistance may be required for those in manual wheelchairs.

Disabled visitors can use as many of the rides and drives as they would like during the day.

As they 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.

The marshals will supervise visitors where they can, but it is advised that the 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.

Disabled Toilets are located in the main building

These toilets feature the following:

  • Transfer space 
  • Handrails to the side of the toilet and wash basin
  • Wash basin with lever style taps
  • Disposal Facilities

Diggerland offers free carer entry to carers accompanying disabled guests on a 1:1 basis.

To be eligible for for free carer entry you must provide one of the following evidence:

  • Blue / Orange Badge
  • Attendance Allowance Book
  • Disability Living Allowance (DLA) letter
  • Personal Independence Payment (PIP) letter
  • Access Card
  • Attendance Allowance (AA) letter
  • Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) from the Local
  • Education Authority (LEA)
  • Disabled Identification (DID) Card
  • Letter from a medical authority i.e. NHS
  • National Disability Card

If a disabled visitor requires 2:1 or 3:1 care, additional carers may enter Diggerland free of charge, however valid documentation must be shown upon arrival.

  • Only dogs that are registered guide dogs or assistance dogs may enter Diggerland.
  • Guide dogs or assistance dogs should be kept on leads at all times and must not be left unsupervised at any time.
  • Guide/assistance dogs must be recognizable by the harness or organisation-specific coat. An ID tag must be on the dog’s collar or the lead slip they wear.
  • Paperwork as proof that your dog is a guide/assistance dog may be asked for and as such should be ready to show upon arrival.
Opening Hours
February – November 
10am – 5pm (4pm during February and November)

Open 7 days a week during school holidays and half terms 

Full opening dates can be found here: https://www.diggerland.com/openingdates/

Adults & children 100cm+ £32.00

Age 65+ (ID required) £16.00

Children under 100cm FREE

Disabled visitor £32.00

Disabled carer FREE


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