Hatton Adventure World is a great complex with loads of activities to suit everyone in the family. I love the boutique shops, but with two littlies don't get long enough to look round them! The whole place is based inside and out, so even on rainy days there's plenty to do.
We were lucky with the weather because it was really mild, so we spent most of the day outside. You can see it's a large site, with loads of activities. Most of it is buggy friendly, and mostly would work for a wheelchair too.
There is loads to do - from bouncy castles to outdoor trampolines, via tractor rides and a park, you will be kept busy. Our son LOVED the outdoor trampolines at the bottom of the field, and spent ages bouncing up and down!
He also loved the large bouncy castles, and went round and round a bouncy castle slide getting bravery each time.
The whole place was Halloween themed and as part of the half term activities every paying guest got a voucher to pick a free pumpkin from the field.
The pumpkins were all planted in spring, and it was great to hunt around in the field for the 'perfect' pumpkin to carve. The field wasn't accessible for toddler girl, so our son and I went off to look for one. He chose this perfectly formed pumpkin:
The pumpkin carving marquee was very spookily kitted out, and the darkness really added to the atmosphere. A short Halloween haunted house walk definitely spooked our son.
"It was scary, for sure." Our son, age six
At the other side of the site, the animals provided a nice indoor activity particularly for toddler girl. Inside, there are pigs, goats, rabbits and chicks to look at. Toddler girl loved watching the guinea pigs in the large display best of all. They were scurrying around as if they were showing off!
But the undoubted hit of the day was the ride on tractor area. Our son loves anything with wheels, and it seems like toddler girl might be following in his foot steps! Our son drive his tractor round the obstacle course, through the tunnel and over the ramps over and over and over again. A big hit.
Hatton Adventure World is in Hatton, near Warwick. Ticket prices are from around £5 on weekdays out of peak season, although for weekends and holidays, expect to pay from around £12. Discounts are available online.
We definitely recommend Hatton, and will be returning again very soon. It's a brilliant way of keeping the kids occupied, tiring them out and having fun as a family. Recommended!
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