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Higgledy-Piggledy Play at Fairytale Farm

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Join our Toddler mornings on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 16th to 25th May  2023  and again from 6th June to 20th July 2023. Sessions will run from 10 to 12.

Two hours of fun and creative toddler play:

  • Messy play,
  • Painting and crafting,
  • Junk modelling,
  • Reading in the cosy corner,
  • Construction and building,
  • Sensory play,
  • Finger gym,
  • Den building days, and more!

We have a special half-price admission for these sessions, giving access to Higgledy-Piggledy Play, the attractions in Jack’s Yard (which includes our indoor sandpit), Rapunzel’s Kingdom indoor play area and our Beanstalk Cafe.

Tickets £4 per person (adult, child and senior), with Under 2s free. You can stay as long as you like after the play session. Buy Now

Or you can buy a standard admission to the whole of Fairytale Farm and access to Higgledy-Piggledy Play is at no extra charge.

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