Fairytale Farm
EASY GUIDE

Easy Guide To Fairytale Farm – Days Out Now

Fairytale Farm

Where? 
On the A44 just outside Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire. Postcode for satnavs: OX7 5QH

 

How much? 
£6.75 for adults, £6.50 for children and seniors. Carers free (one per disabled visitor).

 

What’s there? 
Mixing classic fairy tales, animals and adventure play, children will love Fairytale Farm. With their exciting adventure playground, an enchanted walk, a surprise around every corner and a chance to meet their amazing animals, there is so much to see and do. It is a sensory and learning wonderland for all the family.
Race a rubber duck along our pump-powered waterway or see a family of mice going about their daily business in the beautifully crafted indoor model village. Where else can you meet mermaids, rabbits, sleeping beauty, alpacas, rheas, sea horses, ducks, chickens and magic?
And make some time for the Beanstalk Café, serving freshly ground coffee, locally baked cakes and home made meals.

 

Tips
Take a picnic as there are two picnic areas, one in Jack’s Yard and the other in the Huff & Puff Adventure Playground.
No need for wellies as most of the site has pathways and the grass is well-draining so rarely muddy.
For added fun, visit in one of the event days, such as Fairytale Festival in the summer holidays, Illuminated evenings in October and November, Halloween event in the October half term, or the Christmas event in December.

 

Value for money
Fairytale Farm has the lowest entry fee of any full service farm attraction in the region, so is great value. Average visit length is around 3 hours, but many spend the entire day, especially in good weather.

 

Amenities
Toilets (including disabled), Beanstalk Cafe (selling home made meals, locally baked cakes and freshly ground coffee) and a gift shop selling a range of fairytale-themed souvenirs.

 

Staff 
The friendliest you will ever see at a visitor attraction. 🤗

 

Food 
The food is excellent at the Beanstalk Cafe, with home made meals and a range of gluten and dairy free items.

 

All weather?
Best visited in dry weather as there are limited indoor facilities, although there is the Cafe, shop, playroom, Mouse Town and Mother Goose’s Garden Party, all of which are indoors.

 

Dogs allowed?
Only guide dogs.

 

Disability access
All parts of the site are fully accessible. They also have a wheelchair swing and lots of sensory interactive features.

 

Age groups
Aimed at under 10s, but the entire family can join in.

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