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This Unique Theme Park Allows Children To Operate And Play with Heavy Construction Machinery

By Andrew Alpin, 5 February 2018

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Kids love construction toys and Lego is one proof of how kids love to build. From playing with their little yellow construction trucks to plastic tools such as hammers and screw drivers. Give a kid such toys and he will be in his glory.

1Construction toys encourage creativity

This is also why we have popular shows like “Bob the Builder” and “Handy Manny”. It’s fun and educational to allow kids such pastimes that also improve their own creativity.

Construction toys encourage creativity

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2Welcome to Diggerland, where kids play with real machinery

Going one step further is Diggerland. In case you didn’t know, Diggerland is an amusement park with a difference. Based on a construction theme, Diggerland actually allows children to use and play with real life construction machinery such as payloaders, diggers and the work. Diggerland has actually put kids into the driver’s seat.

Welcome to Diggerland, where kids play with real machinery

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3Located in New Jersey

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Diggerland, a New Jersey theme park with locations in the UK allows any child to operate heavy machinery. Call it nuts or call it ingenuity for business, but the machines are real and not dummies. They are diesel powered regular sized construction machinery such as backhoes, diggers, excavators and several items used for construction.

Located in New Jersey

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4Originally based in the UK

 Diggerland is a part of the HE services group and All Safety Limited. It has five theme parks in the United Kingdom and now a sixth in New Jersey, USA. Although it sounds crazy, the website claims, the park is totally safe for children as small as 3 feet in height and there are no instructions required for operating the equipment. You do as you please.

Originally based in the UK

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