Wonder Nights FAQ's

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Our renowned annual Christmas event returns
15 December, 2017

ARE THERE ANY SPECIAL RESTRICTIONS?

No – our normal rider restrictions and terms apply.

Join us if you are:
- at least 7 stone* (44kg) in weight but no more than 19 (120kg) stone​;
- and at least 10 years of age;
- and accompanied by a supervising participating adult (18+) if you are 15 or under.

*If someone in your group is at least 6 stone (38kg) then we can add the difference by asking them to wear a weighted rucksack. We can only add up to a maximum of 1 stone (6kg).

In addition to the rider restrictions please be aware that this is a Christmas themed experience at night. We also heavily utilise smoke, lighting and strobe based effects that people with medical sensitivity may wish to consider.

HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS?

Book 72+ hours ahead
Adults £22   Children £16

Book 48+ hours ahead
Adults £25   Children £19

Book less than 48 hours ahead
Adults £28   Children £22

Don't leave it until the last minute...
Wonder Nights has become extreamly popular over the years and nights will sell out.

WHEN CAN I DO IT?

Nightly 15 December, 2017 - 3 January, 2018 excl. Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Sessions start at 4.00pm, 5.30pm, 7.00pm and 8.30pm.

CAN WE ATTEND IF WE HAVE NEVER BEEN BEFORE?

Yes that’s no problem at all – just like our normal sessions we will start with our safety briefing and training session in our private flood-lit area. We always get everyone riding confidently quickly.

WILL MOUNT EDGCUMBE COUNTRY PARK BE OPEN DURING WONDER NIGHTS?

Mount Edgcumbe Country Park (excluding the House and Earls Garden) including all the cafe’s will be open as normal until 4.00pm. The main Barrow Centre car park will remain open for visitors to Wonder Nights throughout the evening. Gates to the car parks will be locked 30 minutes following the return of the last group.

Spectators who are a part of your group are more than welcome to join you for the training session and the Segway Skills assault course in our viewing area but will not be permitted to walk into the formal gardens or Segway trails in the park.

WILL I BE ABLE TO USE THE CREMYLL FERRY?

Yes – you can travel on the Cremyll Ferry from Stonehouse Plymouth to experience Wonder Nights. You’ll need to join us on a session that starts at 4.00pm. The last ferry departs at 6.30pm (6.00pm on Sunday). The gate at Cremyll lodge will remain open for pedestrians only. We would recommend that you bring a torch to aide your return to Cremyll in the dark. The walk from Adventure Segway to the ferry terminal is about 10 minutes following the main drive.

HOW LONG IS CHRISTMAS WONDER NIGHTS?

Please allow up to 90 minutes for the entire adventure.

DO YOU CANCEL IN INCLEMENT WEATHER?

Adventure Segway is an all weather activity. However we understand your enjoyment at night will be greatly affected by the weather.

On occasion we may have to delay or cancel your experience at short notice due to inclement weather or any other reason that we deem circumstance so require. If the weather is unsuitable for riding we will provide you with the opportunity to reschedule your session or provide a full refund.

CAN I REDEEM MY GIFT VOUCHER FOR WONDER NIGHTS?

You are welcome to redeem your Experience or Gift voucher/s for Christmas Wonder Nights instead of our standard daytime session but please be aware that this experience is designed to be completely different.

WHAT ARE THE RISKS OF RIDING IN THE DARK?

Our instructors have successfully entertained tens of thousands of visitors safety at Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and we retain an exceptional safety record. Rest assured Wonder Nights continues to be planned with guest safety at the forefront of all that we do.

The Segway is a self-balancing personal transporter that uses patented balancing technology. Balancing technology cannot prevent injury if you do not ride the Segway safely. To ride safely, you must listen to your instructor at the beginning of your session who will provide you with thorough tuition in our private training area.