Fairytale Farm’s unique Easter event is back for 2018, and they have loads of new attractions for visitors to see, in what is set to be the Farm’s biggest year yet.
Owner of the Chipping Norton-based Farm, Nick Laister, says: “For the Easter Weekend itself (Friday 30th March to Monday 2nd April 2018), visitors can explore our new-look Giant Rabbit Burrow and meet the Easter Bunny, who will tell an Easter story, and every child will receive a full size Easter egg. We also have a Golden Egg Hunt, running throughout the Easter Weekend. The Easter Bunny has hidden six golden eggs somewhere on our Enchanted Walk trail – find their location and win a chocolate prize.”
The Farm will also be running additional activities through the Easter weekend that will continue through the school holidays. Nick explains: “We have various other activities over the Easter Weekend that will continue right through the two-week Easter school holiday. There is a chance for children and adults to pet our adorable baby rabbits and guinea pigs (I guarantee they will not want to give them back!). There will be egg-shaped cookies to decorate inside the Beanstalk Cafe, an opportunity to colour our Easter pictures in the Play Room and visitors can create an Easter lamb in our craft corner, so we are pretty much weather proof.”
Nick explains that Fairytale Farm has also added a number of new attractions for 2018, which are proudly being premiered for the Easter holiday:
“Visitors can explore our new-for-2018 attractions this Easter holiday, including the interactive musical dancing water fountains, a new-look Giant Rabbit Burrow and the first section of a brand new area of the Farm, called Wilderness Walk. Our Giant’s Camera has also been revamped so you can now post your photograph on Facebook, as well as emailing it to yourself, and it is completely free.”
With the exception of meeting the Easter Bunny, all activities are completely free. A visit to meet the Easter Bunny is £3.50 per child, including Bunny Tale and Easter Egg. (Standard farm admission charges apply at all times).
You can pre-book tickets now here: http://fairytalefarm.co.uk/index.php/blog/126