Scotland's Theme Park, M&D's is unique in Scotland.
With free entry to all visitors – you only pay for what you use – the theme park has something for every taste. Dedicated coach drop-off sites within the main car park and free car and coach parking mean it's never been easier to enjoy the ultimate day out at M&D's.
The theme park is open from mid-March to October. The likes of Amazonia, bowling, bars and restaurants are all-year round.
Some of the biggest draws to the park are the five roller-coasters which include the Tsunami – Scotland's only inverted roller-coaster – Tornado, Big Apple, Express and Runaway Mine train roller-coaster.
Kids can enjoy the Big Apple ride, the Big Wheel, Flying Jumbos, the wave swinger and soft play area – Krazy Congo.
Devil's Island miniature golf course is a pirate-themed course which is the first open air 18-hole miniature golf course of its kind in Scotland with a galleon as its centrepiece. Whatever the weather, there is something for everyone at M&D's.
Lying adjacent to the other M&D attractions, Amazonia houses a collection of Amazonian flora and fauna plus a number of rare species of Amazonian animals. The collection of animals and plant life is unique to any zoo in Britain and all are rainforest creatures.
There are also plenty of indoor activities if the Scottish weather doesn't behave itself, including, Diamond Lil's – an American pool parlour, Cosmic Bowl – Scotland's first 'Glow in the Dark' bowling alley, a traditional indoor Carousel and a huge amusement arcade with more than 150 different games.
After an exhausting day, visitors can choose to eat in one of the many restaurants available in M&D's huge indoor entertainment complex, including, The Family Restaurant, Downtown USA – a 60s style diner, Inside Out, which has probably the longest bar in Scotland, and any sport that's on TV you'll get it here, and finally, Giuseppe's, an authentic Italian coffee shop and ice cream parlour. For a relaxed atmosphere guests can visit the award-winning Glasshouse Restaurant at the four-star Alona Hotel, where fine-dining is available as well as afternoon tea.
For ticket prices and opening times, check out our website (www.scotlandsthemepark.com)