Time Capsule in Coatbridge

Swim, dive and splash all day long in a fantastically fun day out at Time Capsule Water Park!

Where can I find a waterpark in Lanarkshire?

The Time Capsule in Coatbridge is the perfect place to make a splash! You'll find them just a 20 minute drive from Glasgow via the M8, or a 15 minute walk from the centre of Coatbridge via Main Street and Buchanan Street.

The Time Capsule is a Family friendly attraction with a water park, ice rink, swimming pool, and fully equipped gym. The waterpark offers the best waterslides for adults and children alike to enjoy, as well as a 2 m swimming pool, for those who prefer to enjoy the water on their own. For families with younger children, a sheltered area is also available called Cove Island, where parents can take the younger ones to enjoy the water at a more relaxed pace.

Ride the 10m high Storm Chasers, Thunder and Lightning, with their incredible twisting twin flumes, then put your power and endurance to the test in the Tsunami wave pool or float down Riptide River, with rapids that will get your adrenaline pumping.

If you’re not in the mood for getting wet, then there’s plenty of alternatives. With the ultimate sports membership, you can get stuck into a number of other familiar sports, or pick up a new hobby, from football, dance, gymnastics to tennis and badminton among others.

The waterpark has the greatest waterslides in Lanarkshire, and there’s plenty to dive into! So, head down to Time Capsule for an exciting family trip out!

  • Open weekdays 10am-6pm, weekends 4-8pm.
  • Admission:
    Adult – £8.10
    Junior (5 years+) £6.10
    Junior (3 to 4 years) £3.40
    Senior – £4.50

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