Choose from multiple experiences
Get in touch with your industrial side and take the wheel of something a little different with a fun-fuelled JCB driving session available at three great Diggerland locations across the country. Following an introduction and an all important safety briefing, climb behind the controls of a colossal eight and a half ton JCB to prepare for action! Under the tuition of an expert instructor, get to grips with the amazing capabilities of the mighty JCB and learn how to dig and fill holes. Steer and drive like a professional - this is driving like you've never experienced before! In addition, receive a whole day's access to one of the three Diggerland parks (in Devon, Kent or Yorkshire) and explore the many fun-filled rides and attractions on offer.
- Get behind the wheel of a real eight ton JCB beast
- Receive full tuition and guidance from a qualified instructor
- Enjoy 75 minutes of fun-filled hands-on driving time
- Includes entry to Diggerland and all of the attractions on offer
- Availability Description
At least three dates per year (usually a Saturday or Sunday) between March and October.
- Participant Guidelines
Minimum age is 17. Participants must know how to drive, however, no other special experience is necessary.
Driving may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions like heavy snow, flooding or high winds, which would make it dangerous. Please call the venue if in any doubt.
Lasts for 90 minutes in total, including a safety briefing and introduction.
- Numbers on the Day
This voucher is valid for one person. Share the experience with up to three other participants. Each person is allocated their own digger and one qualified instructor looks after the group.
- Dress Code
Bring a change of clothes and shoes/boots are fine to get muddy or dusty. If it's raining, bring wellies and overalls if you have them (trainers are no good in the wet).
- Other Info
Please note that if any participant appears to be unfit due to alcohol, drugs or any other reason, event staff reserve the right to stop them taking part.