Children will love Fairytale Farm. With our exciting adventure playground, an enchanted walk with a surprise around every corner and a chance to meet our amazing animals, there is so much to see and do.
Fairytale Farm is the UK’s first fully inclusive visitor attraction, where children with disabilities are as important in our design and layout as those without disabilities, and where no pre-booking is required. Everything is accessible and everybody is welcome!
We also have a cafe, shop, small indoor play area and lots of free car parking.
No booking required, but discount tickets can be bought online here: http://joylandbooks.com/fairytale-farm/fairytale-farm-tickets.htm
Please see Fairytale Farms’ website for pricing details.
We are open 10am to 5pm every day from 11 February to 24th December. Late night opening on our illuminated evenings in October.
Details of events can be found on Fairytale Farms’ website.
We have dedicated disabled parking spaces close to the entrance. To use these parking spaces, you must display a valid blue badge with photograph in your vehicle.
Buying Tickets & Entering the Park
If you are able to provide photographic evidence of your disability (e.g. blue/orange badge or similar), one helper/carer will be admitted free of charge.
If you need help to buy your ticket, we will be happy to assist.
Annual Pass holders with a disability can obtain a transferable helper’s Annual Pass. To find out more, ask at the admissions desk.
Toilets with disabled access are available at Fairytale Farm in the cafe.
First Aid Centre
This is located at the admissions desk. A member of staff will be happy to assist.
Cafe & Shop
If you need assistance when visiting our shop or cafe, you’ll find staff on hand who will be happy to help.
Conferences & meetings
Food & Drink
Beanstalk Café for hot and cold meals, cream teas, freshly ground coffee and locally baked cakes.
All Things Nice kiosk for ice creams, slush, tea and coffee, and snacks.