Wookey Hole is gearing up to welcome visitors of all ages this half term.

Somerset's beloved family attraction will swing open its gates from May 25, offering thrilling events to its guests.

A brand new addition to Wookey's line-up of legends promises to transform the holiday into a magical adventure.

Visitors are in for a treat with the introduction of a gigantic moon, perched deep within the caves, making for the perfect Instagram snap.

This spectacle is in the company of King Kong, a valley of dinosaurs and, of course, the infamous Witch.

Emerging from the caverns, guests are to expect new friendly faces in Dinosaur Grove before moving onto the riveting Wild West Circus Show.

This show-stopping performance was inspired by last year’s thrilling Glastonbury Festival.

A talented team offers jaw-dropping stunts and adrenaline-pumping acts, which will take place three times daily throughout the half term holiday.

Wookey Hole unveils an impressive list of further new activities included within the original ticket cost.

Notably, the 4D adventure Chaos in Wonderland brings to life a dynamic collision between dinosaurs, fairies and pirates.

It guarantees a unique, thrilling experience catering to all family members.

Somerset County Gazette:

Speaking on the holiday's offerings this half term, Ellen Ramsey, spokesperson for Wookey Hole said: "We are so excited to celebrate with families and friends near and far this Half Term.

"The moon is such a magical addition to the caves, and the new Wild West circus show is our best yet.

"We can’t wait to share in the excitement and bring the magic of Wookey Hole alive, creating memories that will last a lifetime."

Somerset County Gazette:

In addition to these attractions, the newly refurbished Adventure Golf Course is available.

Plus, families are welcome to enjoy the indoor play centre and a restaurant loaded with hot and cold home-cooked meals.

Visitors who opt to 'come and play this May' at Wookey Hole can also access VIP passes, offering 20 per cent discounts across South West attractions, until it closes on June 3.

For more information or to arrange a half term booking, visit the Wookey Hole website via www.wookey.co.uk.