This is a gifted experience
I have a full review of Wroxham barns on a previous blog post, this is an update for 2020.
We went along to the opening day of Wroxham barns fun park for 2020. We have always been huge lovers of Wroxham barns. The new additions and changes make us love it even more. We always have a very tight budget when it comes to days out. So the fun park all being in with the entry price is very much appreciated! Perfect for ALL families.
The fun park includes bounce pillows, mini-golf, a range of rides, water wars, go-karts, play park and a new play frame in a sandpit. ðŸ¥° Each ride gets cleaned down after each turn and staff are all wearing PPE.
Our children range in age from 2-8, they are able to enjoy pretty much everything together. (Excluding go-karts as Ted’s legs are too little) ðŸ˜‚ .
A few new changes on the farm include an education barn, alpacas and a Guinea pig village in the polytunnel. ðŸ¹ Which is beyond cute as they have tiny houses! . Due to COVID-19, there are a few other changes in and around the farm.
One way systems ensure everyone can have fun from a safe distance. Signposts stating hygiene rules with hand sanitiser accessible. It’s easy to have a family day out without the worry of naughty germs getting in the way ðŸ’•
Its only Â£10.50 per person over the age of 2. ðŸ¥° They have a cafe on site which is super handy for lunch. (Coffee to keep the adults going) or you can do what we did and make use of the distanced picnic tables ðŸ‘ðŸ¼â¤ï¸
We are now looking into annual passes as Teddy refused to leave, so we had to carry him out to the car ðŸ¤£