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Summer Festival 2020

The time you select is just for your Train Ride, all other activities can be enjoyed before or after your Train Ride. The site opens from 10.00am to 17.00pm. Trains run from 10.30am to 15.30pm. If you book a train ride at 2.30pm or later we recommend you turn up before hand to enjoy all the other activities on offer as they will close at 4.00pm.

This ticket is valid for our Summer Festival running from the 18th July to 6th September 2020. Included in your ticket price are the following activities:

- 1 x Train Ride

- Access into the Fairy and Elf Walk

- Craft Making

- Face Painting

- Story Telling 

- Games Area 

- Brand new Play Area

Our Summer Festival will be running from the 18th July to 6th September. Booking is recommended but not necessary. If you pre book you can select the exact train time you would like to board resulting in no queueing. Purchasing a ticket on the day may involve queueing for the next available train and the ticket price will be £2 more expensive.

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The time you select is just for your Train Ride, all other activities can be enjoyed before or after your Train Ride. The site opens from 10.00am to 17.00pm. Trains run from 10.30am to 15.30pm. If you book a train ride at 2.30pm or later we recommend you turn up before hand to enjoy all the other activities on offer as they will close at 4.00pm.

This ticket is valid for our Summer Festival running from the 18th July to 6th September 2020. Included in your ticket price are the following activities:

- 1 x Train Ride

- Access into the Fairy and Elf Walk

- Craft Making

- Face Painting

- Story Telling 

- Games Area 

- Brand new Play Area

Our Summer Festival will be running from the 18th July to 6th September. Booking is recommended but not necessary. If you pre book you can select the exact train time you would like to board resulting in no queueing. Purchasing a ticket on the day may involve queueing for the next available train and the ticket price will be £2 more expensive.