Hooray, we’re in stage 3!

Planning to visit? Here’s what you need to do:

Visiting on a weekend, school holiday or bank holiday?

You will need to pre-book your tickets. Please select the link below for your chosen date. If your preferred date is not visible, unfortunately this does mean that the day is fully booked. Please do keep checking the website if you have been unsuccessful in purchasing a ticket, as we do release any members tickets which haven’t been booked for weekends on the Friday morning before for non-members to purchase.

Visiting on a Thursday or Friday during term time?

No need to pre-book, we are open 10:00am – 5:00pm with last entry at 4:00pm. Please note, we are closed Monday – Wednesday during term times.

Following the government’s latest announcement that Stage Three of the roadmap can go ahead, we are pleased to confirm that we have now released tickets until Sunday, 18th July.

To help you know which attractions will be open and which will be closed, we have listed these below. Please note that this information is also shown on our downloadable map.

 

STAGE THREE (from 20th May)

OPEN
  • Commando Course
  • Bouncy Pillows (weather dependent)
  • Climbing Wall
  • Go-karts
  • Pedal Tractors (in the Polytunnel)
  • All outdoor animal areas
  • Barrel bugs (school holidays only)
  • Pig Barn
  • Our toilets and hand washing facilities
  • Café – seating area located in picnic barns
  • Ice-cream hut (weekends & school hols)
  • Physical Education Barn
  • Soft Play area
  • Animal Encounters
  • Indoor Picnic Barn
CLOSED
  • Shoot Out Alley
  • Petting Barn (due to re-development)

Please note, that the ‘Rule of 6’ still applies in indoor areas. With this in mind, visitors will still only be able to book for a maximum of 6 people per booking.

Currently we only have tickets available to book until Sunday, 18th July. This is due to the government’s intention to start Stage Four of the roadmap on Monday, 19th July. If the government decide to extend Stage Three, we will release further tickets for the remaining period of Stage Three. By releasing tickets in line with the government’s roadmap stages, this will allow us to keep our visitors updated on what attractions can and cannot be open at the time of their visit.

PLEASE NOTE – we are unable to transfer or refund tickets due to bad weather. If the weather will impact the quality of your day, we recommend holding off on booking until 24 hours before you plan to visit as the weather reports will be more accurate then.

For further details, please head to our FAQ’s page, where you will find further useful information.

DOWNLOAD PARK MAP

For safety reasons, we are unable to supply you with printed copies of our park map. You can print your own copy or use our mobile map, just click below to download.
Download Maps

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

DO WE NEED FACE MASKS?
As per the governments update on the 8th August, face coverings are required to be worn by anyone aged over 11 years old in all indoor areas. This includes the reception, gift shop and the Animal Barns. Visitors who are exempt will not need to wear them.
WILL YOUR OPENING TIMES BE AS NORMAL?

We will now be open Thursday – Sunday and between the hours of 10:00am & 5:00pm. We add additional days for school holidays/bank holidays so head to our Opening Times page for information on this.

WHAT ARE THE ADMISSION PRICES?

Weekday Term Time Prices (Thursday-Friday); £8.95 adults, £8.50 children, £8.25 seniors, £32.00 family of 4 (2 x adults & 2 x children or 1 x adult & 3 x children), under 1’s free.

Weekends & School Holidays; £10.95 adults, £10.50 children, £10.25 seniors, £38.00 family of 4 (2 x adults & 2 x children or 1 x adult & 3 x children), under 1’s free.

I HAVE AN ANNUAL PASS, CAN I STILL USE IT?

Yes you can, but you will need to prebook for weekends and school holidays. Just remember to select our ‘Members’ tickets when selecting your tickets. Please note that annual passes were extended for the first lockdown to reflect our closure period, however, there has only been a further 6 week extension during the latest lockdown as half of the lockdown was during our regular winter shutdown.

HAS MY ANNUAL PASS BEEN EXTENDED?

If you had an annual pass with us in March 2020, your annual pass will have been extended to reflect the 3 ½ month closure period. Any annual passes which were still valid from the 13/02/2021 will be extended to reflect the six weeks missed between 13/02/21 – 12/04/21. We are only extending passes during these times as we normally have our winter shutdown between January and February. To help us manage the backlog of annual passes, we now have a limit on how many annual passes can be purchased each month. We are sorry if this causes any disappointment, however, we are trying to be fair after such a challenging time.

HOW DO I KNOW WHICH ATTRACTIONS I CAN INTERACT WITH?

We have created a traffic light colour system which you will find on your map. This illustrates:

Red – this area is closed, and you should not enter.

Orange – this area we encourage visitors to exercise caution and carry out further hygiene measures.

Green – this area is low risk and is considered safe for all visitors.

ARE YOU CLOSING SOME OF THE ATTRACTIONS?

The current guidance for Stage Two of the governments roadmap states that the following areas will be closed:

– All indoor soft play areas

– There will also be limited access to our indoor areas. (excluding our Pig Barn which is needed for a one way system)

– Tractor & Trailer rides remain closed until operating until restrictions are listed.

 

Please keep in mind that changes may happen. We will update visitors on this as soon as we recieve the guidance. 

 

WILL WE HAVE ACCESS TO HAND WASHING FACILITIES?

Although we have always been set up for regular hand washing, we have added additional hand washing points around the farm park. All of our hand washing facilities have warm water, anti-bacterial soap and either disposable paper towels or electric hand driers. As an additional cleaning aid, we have also added a number of hand sanitiser dispensers where hand washing facilities are not as accessible. So keeping your hands clean is even easier!

PLEASE REMEMBER THAT HAND SANITISER IS NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR HANDWASHING. HAND SANITISER SHOULD BE USED AFTER WASHING HANDS.

 

Can I still book a birthday party with you?
All birthday party bookings have been temporarily put on hold. Once the government have confirmed it is safe for multiple households to meet up, we will reopen the party booking system.
DO I NEED TO BOOK TICKETS?

If you intend to visit on a weekend, school holiday or bank holiday, you will be required to pre book your tickets. This allows us to effectively manage visitor numbers. If you intend to visit on a weekday during term time, you will NOT need to prebook.

ARE YOU LIMITING THE AMOUNT OF VISITORS IN THE PARK?

Social distancing is a key part to helping prevent the spread of COVID-19. With this in mind, visitors will still be required to prebook on weekends and school holidays. This will allow us to manage and limit visitor numbers effectively. We do not require visitors to pre book for visits on weekdays during Term Time. We will continue to monitor visitor numbers to ensure we do not exceed our restricted visitor numbers.

WHY CAN I ONLY BOOK FOR 6 PEOPLE?

Following the governments further restrictions, you can now only book for a maximum of 6 people at a time. This is to comply with the governments restriction of the ‘Rule of 6’. If you are exempt from the rule of 6 please contact us on info@littleowlfarmpark.co.uk

ARE YOU ACCEPTING cash PAYMENTS?
We are no longer accepting cash payments on site. However, we are accepting pin and card payments once visitors are on site.
WILL YOU BE OPERATING A ONE WAY SYSTEM?
In our Indoor Areas, we have implemented an easy to follow, clearly marked one way system. This will help to reduce the amount of crossover traffic throughout the farm park.
CAN WE STILL PURCHASE FOOD?

You certainly can. We have created a new layout in the Café to allow for a one way system, with a queuing layout to follow the 1 metre distancing. We have condensed the menu down to allow for a quick ordering process. During weekends and school holidays, we will also have our ice-cream hut available from 11am – 4pm.

WILL WE BE ABLE TO USE THE TOILET FACILITIES?
We will have both toilet areas operating, with regular checks/cleans from our team throughout the day. The toilets can be accessed through a one way system and one household at a time can use the toilet facilities. We have also added hands free door openers at the base of our doors, to allow you to open the doors with your feet rather than your hands.
How do I book with my gift voucher?

To book with a voucher, please book through our Members booking page. Please visit our Gift Voucher pages for full guidance on this.

Can I still book a group visit / school trip with you?

All group/school bookings have been temporarily put on hold due to Covid-19. However, it is looking much more likely that we will be able to resume school trips earlier than we initially thought.

With the above taken into consideration, we are now taking group bookings from the 9th June 2021 – 16th July 2021. For further information, please send an email to info@littleowlfarmpark.co.uk and a team member will provide you with further information.

 

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