Park Hall Countryside Experience - Best Price Tickets
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The adventure begins at Park Hall Countryside Experience!
All year round, there are incredible activities for little ones and grown-ups alike to get stuck into at Park Hall Countryside Experience in Oswestry. This place is a terrific day out for the whole family come rain or shine with things to do indoor and outdoor.
The question is, where to begin?
If you pass by the Goat Towers playground first, be prepared to be delightfully surprised.
Where you might be used to watching youngsters running around and climbing up everything with a ledge, here it’s goats having all the fun.
After a while of watching on, be sure to head to either the indoor or outdoor play areas so the kids (of the human variety!) can get in on all the action.
When they’ve burned off some energy, perhaps a trip to watch the Pig Racing is on the cards – or walk over to the bunny petting area for a rest with some fluffy company.
Handing over the steering wheel
Every kid wants to be able to drive, right? Well, at Park Hall Farm they get the opportunity to finally give it a go.
But don’t worry, they can only go as fast as their little legs can power them. The Go-Karts are open to anyone six and above (that includes you, grown-ups).
Younger kids don’t have to miss out either - they can hop on board the Barrel Train for a safe and exciting trip across the farm.
Care for some history to go with all that adventure?
After all your outdoor adventures, we reckon it’s about time for a stroll indoors around one of Park Hall’s museums before finishing up your adventure with a bite to eat.
Stop off at The Hungry Farmer Café for a selection of delicious lunch options. Take your meal outside for a relaxed, al fresco dining experience to bring your terrific day out at Park Hall Farm to an end.
How to get here
Park Hall is easy to reach from all of the North West and North Wales. Park Hall is just 30 minutes from Chester (A483) and 25 minutes from Shrewsbury (A5).
If using SAT NAV, you’ll need to put in SY11 4AS and select either Burma Road or North Road (the one road leads to the other).
Nearest rail station – Gobowen (1.5 miles)
Nearest Coach Station – Oswestry (3miles)
‘Arriva’ bus route 63 or 53
12th July 2022 - 4th September 2022
5th September 2022 - 16th October 2022
21st October 2022 - 2nd November 2022
- Food & Drink - The Hungry Farmer Café. Menu choices include: burgers (beef, chicken, veggie), hotdogs, bacon baps, hot pies, chips and daily specials. Cold food includes freshly made sandwiches and delicious homemade cakes. Hot drinks and chilled drinks are available in the café, and shop (cold drinks only)
- Assistance dogs only allowed at the attraction
There is good disabled access at the ground level throughout the site. The upper floor of the museum has a few minor exhibits but access is by stairs only due to the nature of the Victorian Barn
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