Easter 2023 at Fairytale Farm

Mar 13 2023

Fairytale Farm‘s unique Easter event is back for 2023, and they have loads of new attractions for visitors to see throughout the Easter holidays.

Farm owner, Nick Laister, says: “As always we have lots going on over Easter, with some changes for 2023. We have various activities running right through the entire Easter holidays (1st to 16th April 2023). See our beautiful new interactive Easter display for 2023, where Mother Goose has been joined by some friends for an egg hunt. Join Ribberty Rabbit Crafting in our Craft Corner and get creative with a selection of Easter-themed crafts. Join in the Easter Garden Games trying to complete the obstacle course with Bunny Hop sacks, Bean Bag Tossing and Easter Egg and Spoon racing. And we have an Easter Scavenger Hunt; the Easter Bunny has hidden several Easter-related items around the trail for you to find.”

In addition to this, there is a chance for children and adults to pet the Farm’s adorable animals (you won’t want to put them down!).

And for the Easter Weekend itself (Good Friday 7th April to Easter Monday 10th April 2023), there are additional activities, as Nick explains: “Over the Easter Weekend, visitors are invited to join the Easter Bunny in Bunny Hollow within the Giant Rabbit Burrow to hear an Easter tale, and every child will receive a full size Easter egg.”

There is no charge for adults, but due to the size of the Burrow it is limited to one adult per family group.

Nick is also excited to announce the return of Breakfast with the Easter Bunny: “We first launched Breakfast with the Easter Bunny in 2022 and it proved very popular, so we are doing it again with some changes. Last year the breakfast was a bap. This year it is a full cooked breakfast. And while you have your breakfast there is a chance to meet the Easter Bunny and listen to his Easter story. And every child will receive a full-size Easter egg.”

Nick adds: “Breakfast with the Easter Bunny is expected to be very popular and there are only 48 places per day, so book early to make sure you are guaranteed a place at the breakfast table.”

Other new attractions at Fairytale Farm include the Musical House, a new covered picnic area, new theming for our indoor play area and new dinosaurs in Dino Valley.

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Information for Editors

A visit to meet the Easter Bunny in Bunny Hollow is £4.99 per child, including Bunny Tale and Easter Egg. When booking online, a visit to the Easter Bunny will be offered before paying.

Breakfast with the Easter Bunny is between 8:30 and 9:30 on 7th to 10th April. Admission is £14.99 for children and £12.99 for adults/seniors, which includes full breakfast, Easter Bunny story/meet and greet, an Easter egg for every child as well as a full day’s admission to Fairytale Farm. Under 2s £4.99 (with beans on toast for breakfast).  The price of the breakfast also includes full one-day farm admission, so visitors can join in with all the other Easter activities at Fairytale Farm from 10am onwards, all included in the price.

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Fairytale Farm can be found on the A44 (Oxford to Chipping Norton road), just outside Chipping Norton. The address is Fairytale Farm, Southcombe, Chipping Norton, OX7 5QH.

Email: info@fairytalefarm.co.uk.

It is a farm park visitor attraction based around seven zones: Jack’s Yard; the Enchanted Walk; Fairy Dell; Dino Valley; Huff & Puff Adventure Playground; Alfie & Friends Animal Zone; and Wilderness Walk.

Our website is www.fairytalefarm.co.uk. You can also find out more at our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fairytalefarm/

Tickets can be bought online here: https://fairytalefarm.digitickets.co.uk/tickets

Nick Laister is available for interview.

The farm is open every day except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

Fairytale Farm is a member of Experience Oxfordshire, Cotswolds Tourism, Shakespeare’s England, Tourism South East, Tourism For All and the National Farm Attractions Network.