Blue and Gold Macaw

Seasonal Pass

Our Seasonal Pass offers excellent value for money for regular visitors.

The all New Seasonal Pass is valid for 12 months from date of purchase. Please note the pass is able to be used from our opening date in February through to 31st October. Please note the passes cannot be used for free access to the farm during our Christmas Events in December. However, you will receive a discount on the cost of the event.

 

ADULT SEASONAL PASS - £79.00

CHILD/SENIOR SEASONAL PASS - £72.50

 

We have planned closures each year in November & January. This has all been factored into the cost of your Seasonal Pass.

 

 

Includes access to:

 

Discover More Boy on Bouncy Castle

Soft Play Barn

Discover More Adventure Playground

Adventure Play Park

Discover More Mother and Daughter Feeding Goat

All Animal Activities & Displays

Discover More Pedal Tractors

Pedal Tractors

Discover More Trampoline

Trampolines

Discover More

Indoor Interactive Play

Discover More Tractor Trailer

Tractor Trailer Rides

Discover More Racing Cars

Go Karts

Discover More Bouncy Castle

Bouncy Castles (Weather Permitted)

Discover More Pan for Gold

Panning for Gold

Discover More Willow Maze

Willow Maze

 

Ask about our Seasonal Pass on your next visit! 

Please Note Seasonal Passes are only valid from our Opening Date in February until 31st October, Seasonal Passes cannot be used for free admission to our Christmas Events, however you will receive a discount on the cost. During December only those pass holders who have pre-booked our Christmas Events online will be admitted to the farm. Tickets are available on our website.  We are closed for the months of January and November and also closed Mondays during certain times of the year - this has all been factored into the cost of our Seasonal Pass. 
Please note Seasonal Passes cannot be used as part of special organised School/Educational guided visits
Please check details with staff before making your purchase if you are unsure.

 

 

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