Getting there is very easy by public transport is very easy: by metro till Villaverde Bajo-Cruce station and from there bus 412 till the entrance of the park.
The park is big and if you are planning to try it's attractions, one day there is surely not enough. Sometimes you have to stand in line for nearly 1 hour or more. If you want to skip lines, you must pay extra tax. Ask about this at the cashdesk.
There are lots of attractions for adults, but for kids of all ages too. All you have to do, is getting a map of tha park from the entrance and follow it to where you are interested in. The attractions are classified as following: green dot - easy ones, blue square - medium, black square - hard ones. If you feel brave and you are not dizzing fast, try Superman!!! It's great, but I'll never try sometring like that again :) .
If you spend a few days in Madrid, don't miss Warner Park! It worths!
Tip for saving money: buy tickets and lunch meals online at least 3 days before getiing there. Overall, we managed to save 100E for 6 adults and a child.More