Let us answer your Serendome questions

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Let us answer your questions regarding our Serendome!

Why have you called it Serendome?

The name Serendome was unanimously voted by the Bluestone Team. “Seren” means star in Welsh, and the clear umbrella will act as a window to the skies, whatever the weather.

This is pronounced "Seh-ren-dome".   

Serendome Overhead

Can members of the public use Serendome?

Serendome will be exclusively for our guests at Bluestone.

What activities are in Serendome?

In Serendome you’ll find a range of activities both paid and complimentary as well as a 400 seat amphitheatre which will set the scene for a range of fantastic shows!

Wacky Racers

Together as a family you’ll race against the clock to put together and decorate your very own race kart. Once complete you’ll put it to the test against the other competitors in the Bluestone Grand Prix!

2 hours – 8+ years alone - 3+ with adult - £18 per cart - 10 karts maximum – Max height 6ft  

18 stone combined max weight

StarCatcher

Reach for the stars in this exciting new activity! Scale a 10 metre tall naturally grown tree, supported by an automatic belay.

Up to 60 minutes - 6+ years - £15 - 6 per session - 1.1m minimum height - 18.9 stone max

SkyWalk

The impressive SkyWalk is built over 7 towers and features 24 climbing stations. With moving elements, including a bicycle, it’s a vertical adventure course like no other! In addition to this there’ll be a Mini SkyWalk, perfect for young children, and a wheelchair friendly course.

2 hours - 8+ years - £30 - 5 max on course - Over 1.4 unaccompanied 1.25 - 1.39m accompanied - 18 stone max

Mini SkyWalk

30 minutes – 3-8 years old (can be older if they’re unsure of the main SkyWalk) - £9.50 –

8 per session - Under 1.3m (can be taller) – Adults able to encourage from the ground.

Complimentary Activities

Water Play – This landscaped area is sure to be a favourite with children and adults alike! Splash around; make up your own games and work together to enjoy this fun area of Serendome.

Sand Play – Like Water Play, this is a free play area where children are encouraged to use their imagination to make their own Free Range Fun. There’ll be puzzles and interactive games with haul up sand buckets, moveable features, and a designated sand play area for younger children.

Imagination Garden – In this free play area there will be building blocks for children to create their own games, build houses or whatever their imagination desires.

kids with thumbs up serendome

Is there anywhere we can eat and drink in Serendome?

During your time in Serendome guests you can enjoy the food terraces where kiosks will serve light lunches, snacks and suppers. There’ll be a range of refreshments on sale and of course ice creams!

There will also be a bar which will serve a menu of cocktails and mocktails.

Will Serendome be hot/cold?

Serendome is a large umbrella, which will shelter our guests from the elements. So it’ll be warmer in summer as it ‘traps’ the light, and warmer in winter because it doesn’t let as much wind in.

Can we park our bikes/buggy nearby the Serendome?

Yes, there is a bike and buggy park right outside the entrance.

Are children able to go into Serendome unaccompanied?

It will be just like anywhere on resort, you’ll need to supervise your children anywhere they go.

Is Serendome wheelchair friendly?

Serendome was designed to be wheelchair friendly. All paths in Serendome are DDA compliant and there's even a wheelchair section in the SkyWalk. There are some stairs in Serendome but we have made sure there is always a convenient alternative route. 

skywalker serendome

Are there toilets/baby changing facilities in Serendome?

Yes, there are both on the top terrace of the building.

Is Serendome weather dependant?

The beauty of our giant umbrella is that the activities will go on here regardless of the weather, like the majority of our Bluestone fun and games!

Where is Serendome located on the resort?

Serendome nestles into the landscape behind the Adventure Centre, with the entrance being right next to it!

How far away is Serendome from the Village area?

Serendome is around a 15 minute walk from the centre of the Bluestone village.

Is there a shop in Serendome?

There is a shop similar to the Emporium in the Village. This will sell show merchandise and some clothing. (Newton Stores - in the Village - is still where you’ll get your bread and milk from!)

Now that you're in the know, why not book your break to come and enjoy all that Serendome has to offer and see the UK's largest umbrella for yourself!


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