Wednesday, 23 April 2014

Our Fun Day At Hatton Adventure World

Last week we were lucky enough to be invited to visit Hatton Adventure World, a super fun day out in a lovely farm setting for families with children up to the age of 12 in Warwickshire.


The first thing we noticed when we arrived was the fact that everywhere looked so clean and well kept, leading up to the entrance to the Adventure World there are some lovely shops and a garden centre which looked really nice. 




Our first stop when we arrived was Snorty's Restaurant and Bouncing Barnyard because we got there around lunch time and also we knew the soft play area was in there and that is what Riley was most excited about.


The food was delicious, me and Ian had pizza and chips and Riley and Summer had chips and chicken nuggets, the nuggets weren't your average reformed chicken variety though they were real pieces of chicken breast in breadcrumbs and the kids loved them. There were plenty of places to sit and eat and lots of high chairs available which always helps.


Inside the restaurant was the amazing new soft play areas, one for older children and another for toddlers which also had a sensory room which Summer loved. If you have children that are a bit older than mine this would be ideal as they can go off and play after their lunch while you sit and have a cup of tea but you can still keep and eye on what they're up to.


Riley's favourite part of the soft play was the big wavy slide, he must have dragged poor Daddy on it about 15 times in a row. There were also 2 other slides for the older children that looked like lots of fun too.

After we had spent some time in the soft play area we decided to venture out and see what else there was to see and do. As it was the Easter holidays there were some Easter themed activities including several Easter Egg Hunts throughout the day and an Easter Bunny Hunt which Riley loved doing, basically all you had to do was make your way around the park and find the Easter Bunnies which all had a number and a bow in their favourite colour, then you noted down which number bunny you found and what colour it's bow was and when you've found them all you got a prize which was a little Easter Egg.


Another big hit with Riley was the massive JCB Track, there were loads of ride on tractors to choose from and Riley spent ages riding around, going over the bumps and under the tunnel and then pretending to fill up with petrol.


You've got to love Riley's fake smile for the camera lol

Spring is the perfect time to visit Hatton Adventure World as all of the farm animals have just had their babies and let's face it who doesn't love a baby lamb, piglet or goat.




Riley's favourite animal at the moment are Guinea Pigs so he was thrilled to visit the Guinea Pig Village where there were loads of them, I don't think I've ever seen so many Guinea Pigs in one place. They even had a separate section for the pregnant ones.



The pregnant Guinea Pigs lol

We also had a look in the Scales and Tails area where there were snakes, tortoises and tarantulas but we didn't stay in there long as Riley isn't keen on creepy crawlies.

Mid afternoon we decided to stop off and have a cup of tea and some cake as they had a yummy selection of cakes available and Riley wanted a go on the little tractor ride.






After our cup of tea we saw some more of the farm animals, Riley had a go on a water squirting game and we watched the Hatton's Grand National which was lots of fun.







There was so much to do that we didn't have time to do it all as we arrived later than planned or they were too old for Riley and Summer. 

The Time Warp Tractor Ride where you enjoy a trip into the past or future
The Great American Gold Rush where you can pan for gold and receive a medal for finding some
All The Fun of The Fair which included bouncy castles, superslides and trampolines
The Anaconda Slide 
The Pony Rides
The Family Theatre
Frisbee Golf
The Assault Course
Fort Hatton
And much more



We had a wonderful day at Hatton Adventure World and I would highly recommend it to anyone with kids for a lovely day out. It's definitely somewhere we'll be visiting again, probably in Autumn so that we can visit their Pumpkin Patch and get a free pumpkin for Halloween.

XXX

We were given free entry to Hatton Adventure World for purpose of review but all thoughts and opinions are 100% honest and my own.

11 comments:

  1. Oh this looks a great Fab day out! Your kids are sooo cute! :) #MadMidWeekBlogHop

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  2. This looks amazing!!! So much to do in one place!!! If we're ever in that part of the country we'll visit!

    Hayley
    www.sparklesandstretchmarks.com
    xxx

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  3. This looks great! We are headed there on Sunday, I've got my fingers crossed for good weather!

    Fab post :-)

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  4. Aww so many acitvities that you can do! Looks like you had a fab day! #mmwbh

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  5. Looks like you all had such a fabulous time! x

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  6. This place looks AMAZING! And seriously....did I just see racing sheep with stuff toys as jockeys on their backs? AWESOME! hahahaha! Thanks so much for sharing this! #MMWBH x

    http://www,superbusymum,net

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  7. Took my older two here when they were little and they loved it, daughter went on her first pony ride. We were given a bag of food to feed the animals but mine were so frightened we had to abandon it. Looks like the place has developed a lot since our visit and it certainly looks like a good place to take my grandchildren :)

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  8. Looks like a fab place to visit :)

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  9. Looks fantastic!!! You photos are superb too! Glad you had a great family day out!

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  10. Looks like a lovely day out :)

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  11. That looks so fun! Great pictures.

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