The Ice Cream Farm
Average time spent – 3-5+ hours.
Things to do at The Ice Cream Farm review
The Ice Cream Farm In Cheshire is a Ram packed full day out for the kids. There is an abundance of activities (and Ice cream) to keep them busy for hours on end. The best bit? It’s free or at least it can be free if you choose.
The idea is to buy play passes starting from £20 and working up to £100. Each attraction has a cost and they stamp accordingly. However, the most amazing play area and the farm are completely free. As a family of 4, we bought a £30 pass and still had tokens left over.
Honeycomb Canyon is not to be missed its a huge indoor water play area suitable for a variety of ages. During peak times they do limit the playtime in there. My eldest (6Yrs old) spent time playing crazy golf in the giant cake before joining his little brother racing around the tracks on the motorised cars.
There’s an area for teenagers called the loft which is full of arcade machines all of which are free once you’ve paid. Younger children are not allowed in this space so they can escape in peace. Not to worry though because there’s also a huge soft play for the younger ones too.
There’s also the ice cream parlour with the biggest selection of ice creams I’ve ever seen. Amazing tasting too. We spent around 5.5 hours there (could easily spend more)
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Important Information The Ice Cream Farm
Eating – There’s a restaurant to purchase hot and cold food, picnic spots if you’ve brought your own.
Facilities in brief – Ice cream parlour with lots to do including arcades for teenagers, soft play, sand and water play (indoors), play areas, crazy golf, motorised cars and more. There are toilets and a restaurant.
Entry price – *FREE – some additional activities have a small charge
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *FREE. Attractions such as Daisy’s Garden and Fudge Farm are free to enter. The more you spend on your play passes the less each attraction costs. It is free to park.
Opening: The Ice cream farm is open almost all year round. It is closed Christmas day, Boxing day and New Year’s day. For up to date opening times please follow this link.
Dog friendly? Only assistance dogs are permitted
Address: Drumlan Hall, Newton Ln, Chester CH3 9NE, Cheshire, England. Phone: 0800 133 7000
Category – Fun park with indoor and outdoor attractions – suitable for all ages.
Please click here to read more. With thanks to Lisa from the Family Ticket.
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