Phone Number: 01608 238014
Website: Visit the Fairytale Farm website.
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Fairytale Farm is a a sensory and learning wonderland designed with disabled children in mind but suitable for all, the first attraction of its kind in the UK.
Divided into three zones the adventure play area, the sensory area, and the animal area. The sensory section explores all the senses and features giant party poppers, a musical forest, the mermaid garden, the weather wonderland, a sensory garden with water features, the Niagara falls water play area and Fairytale Street where you can see fairytale characters. The Huff and Puff adventure playground features slides, a play combine harvester and fairytale castle to explore and wheelchair accessible swings. There is also a small indoor play area to use in bad weather. In the animal section you get to see and meet lots of friendly farm animals, plus rheas, alpacas and ponies.
During weekend in September and October you can take an Illuminated Enchanted walk where the park is lit up with pretty lights and during the first half of December you can enjoy the Christmas Fairytale event where the park is turned into a Winter Wonderland and you can meet Santa in his Grotto.
- Car parking.
- Gift shop selling souvenirs and toys.
- Beanstalk cafe serving light lunches and afternoon teas.
- Picnic area.
Opening Times & Ticket Prices:
- Please visit the Fairytale Farm website for opening times and prices.
Before you start your journey to Fairytale Farm for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.
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