Join us as we fly over to Ireland for the day and visit Tayto Park for the very first time to ride a giant Irish woodie and eat some crisps
Tayto is a park that I have put off visiting since it opened the awesome Cú Chulainn Gravity Group coaster in 2015 as there wasn’t much else there until now when they recently added 2 new coasters and a well themed boat ride/log flume
The park is great for the family market with so much on offer now with a huge amount of rides and attractions including a Zoo and the famous Tayto crisp factory
Our day started off with a short 1hr flight from Southend to Dublin where we met up with friends Martyn & Charlotte then making our way to the car rental and then a 15min drive to the park
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