The National Forest Adventure Park have only gone and done it again…
This time they have transformed their 67 acre woodland in to an Easter Eggstravaganza!
Your adventure starts with the Easter Eggspress Tractor as it transports you to the fairy tale woodland ready to meet some colourful characters, including a bee and his giant beehive.
Remember to collect your wildlife stamps as you head around the trail and be on the lookout for the Easter Bunny himself, you never know he might even have some yummy treats for you.
Even after all of this eggcitement there’s still plenty more going on at The National Forest Adventure Farm…
Take part in the Easter Egg Hunt.
It’s lambing season on the farm, you might even be lucky enough to see one being born.
Feeding time! You can help bottle feed the new arrivals.
At Bumble’s Kitchen Garden you can plant a bean to take home and grow.
“It is great to be able to share the experience with so many of our families. Where else can children see lambs being born, feed baby lambs and take a trip to meet the Easter Bunny for some chocolate treats?”
The National Forest Adventure Farm opens up the otherwise inaccessible woodland area every year to the public for an Easter adventure and with 17,000 visitors (and growing) each year they must be doing something right.
For your chance to win tickets just answer this simple question…
What buns are traditionally eaten at Easter?
Just pop your answer in the comments section below and a lucky winner will be picked at random!
Alternatively tickets are available to be purchased with a 10% discount online via the website.
Or full price on the day at the door. This event is extremely popular and you are advised to book in advance.
The event at The National Forest Adventure Farm runs from the 26th of March until the 11th of April. The tickets available via this competition are only valid between the 26th of March and the 31st of March. Please be sure that you are able to attend between these dates if you are entering the competition. 🙂
Additional: The tickets have been supplied to me in order to use as a prize within this post. This competition has not been organised by The National Forest Farm Adventure Farm.