Students from Colaiste na hInse, Laytown at Tayto Park yesterday
In the company of fellow crisp lovers?
Dream no more.
Joanne at Tayto Park writes:
Yesterday Tayto Park, Ashbourne [Co Meath] was delighted to open its doors for its fifth season. First year students from Colaiste na hInse, Laytown ditched the books and were the first to run through the doors of Tayto Park for an adrenaline filled morning.
With seven new heart-racing attractions for 2015, this promises to be a year like no other in Tayto Park! From the fast paced Air Race and Sky Tower to the Dinosaurs Alive Exhibition and the eye-popping 5D cinema, there is lots to keep kids, both big and small occupied for hours.
Not to mention The Cú Chulainn Coaster, Europe’s largest wooden rollercoaster, opening in Tayto Park this Summer. Other new attractions include an antique-style steam train track around Tayto Park and the Honey Pot Roundabout, perfect for little ones wanting to dip their toes into something adventurous.
We have four free passes (yes TWO family tickets) to Tayto Park giveaway to two crisp-park loving Broadsheet readers. To enter just complete this sentence:
‘I demand the Tayto Park free passes considering the week I’ve had______________’
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