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TOP 5 things to do at Thornton Hall Country Park this Easter

PUBLISHED: 13:59 26 February 2018 | UPDATED: 12:10 27 February 2018

Easter at Thornton Hall Country Park

Easter at Thornton Hall Country Park

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Enjoy hands on animal encounters, seasonal farm activities (including bottle feeding the new arrivals!), glorious countryside, indoor and outdoor play areas, pony rides, farm safari and other thrilling rides, Harrison's Café and much more. Open 7 days a week from 10am.

Enjoy the Toddler Easter Party at Thornton Hall Country Park Photo:Getty Images/iStockphoto/FamVeldEnjoy the Toddler Easter Party at Thornton Hall Country Park Photo:Getty Images/iStockphoto/FamVeld

TODDLER EASTER PARTY

22nd & 23rd March

As part of our Toddler Sessions at Thornton Hall Farm, bring your little ones along to our special Easter Party. All the usual farm fun plus:

· Entertainment

· Crafts & Games

· Treasure Hunt

· Child Picnic (included)

From 10am – 3.00pm. This is a ticketed event. Price per toddler £9.95 (includes picnic). 1 adult goes FREE with every Toddler. Additional adults £6. Adult platter available to book £4.95. Book online.

 

Join in special workshops with Charlie, Willy Wonka & their Oompa Loompa friendsJoin in special workshops with Charlie, Willy Wonka & their Oompa Loompa friends

THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY CAST SHOW

Good Friday - 30th March

Join us at the Farm for our Chocolate Factory event! See some amazing performances, character meet & greets and join in special workshops with Charlie, Willy Wonka & their Oompa Loompa friends.

Lots of farm fun to be had too - including bottle feeding our new arrivals, animal petting, egg collecting. 

Plus all day farm fun from 10am.

Performance times: 11.30am & 1.30pm.

Workshop times: 12.00 - 1.30pm (repeated every 20 minutes).

Farm Park open from 10am.

Normal admission applies (no advance ticket required).

Peter Rabbit is visiting Thornton Hall Farm on Easter SundayPeter Rabbit is visiting Thornton Hall Farm on Easter Sunday

PETER RABBIT (TM) VISIT

Easter Sunday - 1st April

Peter Rabbit (TM) is visiting Thornton Hall Farm on Easter Sunday. Peter Rabbit (TM) will be making personal appearances at intervals throughout the day.

Lots of Easter themed farm fun to be had too - including bottle feeding our new arrivals, animal petting, egg collecting and much more!

Farm Park open from 10am. Appearance times to be confirmed.

This is a ticketed event. Buy tickets online.

Farm Park entry £8.50 per person.

Ticket includes Peter Rabbit’s (TM) appearance.

 

Easter Egg Hunts with Thornton Hall Farm's Easter Rabbit.Easter Egg Hunts with Thornton Hall Farm's Easter Rabbit.

EASTER EGG HUNT

Easter Monday - 2nd April

Join us at the farm for our Easter Fun Day.

Easter Egg Hunts with Thornton Hall Farm’s Easter Rabbit.

Timings TBC.

Lots of Easter themed farm fun to be had too - including bottle feeding our new arrivals, animal petting, egg collecting and much more.

Farm Park open from 10am.

Normal admission applies (no advance ticket required).

 

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QUADTREX - Quad Bike Trekking

Looking for an action packed adventure to remember? Quadtrex - go quad bike trekking on a specially adapted quad bike trail where you will encounter the compromising hills of the natural quarry, whirl through the open woodland, accelerate through the muddy banks whilst contending with obstacles along the way.

· From age 6+

· Full safety briefing and safety equipment provided

· Fully qualified instructors

· Bike upgrades available for an additional charge

· Open all year round

· Pre-booking / pre-payment is essential

PLEASE NOTE: Tickets are required for the Toddler Easter Party and the Peter Rabbit (TM) visit. Season Tickets, online offers, free passes and discount vouchers are NOT valid on our special ticketed event days.

 

For more information, to purchase tickets and for the Farm Park’s Terms & Conditions, please visit the website.

www.thorntonhallcountrypark.co.uk

01282 841148

 

 

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