The perfect attraction for that family day out, Fairytale Farm’s got it all. Helpfully divided into four areas to help you plan your day, the farm’s a great day out for younger children…and there’s even an indoor play area in case you get a shower during your visit.
First of all there’s the Huff and Puff zone, which is all about watching the kids let off steam on the adventure play equipment. Then there’s the Enchanted Walk – a sensory experienced designed to bring the landscape to life, Jack’s Yard which is home to the ever-so-quirky Mouse Town, and the indoor play area and café. If you know and little princesses, one of the farm’s highlights is probably going to be the brand new Fairytale Street, which enables guests to peek into the castle some of their best loved characters call home.
There’s something about being in the Cotswolds that brings out the kid in us, so Fairytale Farm means plenty of opportunity to make the most of the countryside and catch up on family fun. Open between February and October, the park hosts family events throughout the season too, so check what’s on when you plan your visit.