OPEN SATURDAY’S IN JUNE AND FRIDAY/SATURDAY IN JULY
OUR NEXT THEMED WEEKEND WILL BE THE 30TH OF JUNE-1ST JULY
Join us for a magical walk around our Fairy Trail and continue onto the Woodland Walk. Can you find all the fairy doors?
On our open days we are open from 10-4 (last entry 3.30pm)
*In the event that the weather is due to be extremely bad, we will update our website and Facebook with any updates.
Please note asterisk denotes theme weekend.
IMPORTANT FAIRY INFORMATION
HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS?
All tickets can be purchased online at www.woodlandexperiencesshop.co.uk and are priced at:
Adult – £4.50
Child – £7.50
You can purchase tickets on the door for 50p extra per ticket.
Under 2’s are free.
HOW LONG IS THE TRAIL
The Fairy trail is 300m, which then leads onto our 1km woodland walk, where you will still find some fairy doors.
Sorry no doggies allowed. Our fairies do love our little (or big) furry friends however our woodland is home to a number of very shy woodland creatures such as pheasants and rabbits and the fairies don’t want to scare them away!
PRAMS / PUSCHAIRS / WHEELCHAIRS
Our woodland walk and fairy trail is suitable for pushchairs but please be aware the paths are solid but can be a little bumpy! If you wish to leave your buggy when doing the fairy trail there is a buggy park situated at the start/end of the trail however you are able to get buggies right the way round the trail.
Width wise the path around is suitable for wheelchairs and we have had many people go round in wheelchairs but if you would like to discuss further any additional help that may be required do not hesitate to call us on 01360 752052.
Woodland Fairy Experience – how it all began……..
A long, long time ago, when Scotland was ruled by Kings and Queens, there lived an Earl of Glasgow. This Earl was known to be so quiet and shy that nobody really knew much about him except for his army. You see, this Earl had an army of giants who were feared throughout the world; far and wide people would warn of the Earl’s Giant Army. The truth was that the Earl lived in peace with everyone in his kingdom – he was kind and generous and always looked after wildlife and nature. The woodlands grew and prospered under his rule.