Owner Nick Laister, said: “For the Easter weekend itself – March 30 to April 2 – visitors can explore our new-look giant rabbit burrow and meet the Easter Bunny, who will tell an Easter story, and every child will receive a full size Easter egg.
“We also have a Golden Egg Hunt, running throughout the Easter weekend. The Easter Bunny has hidden six golden eggs somewhere on our enchanted walk trail – find their location and win a chocolate prize.”
Additional activities, which will continue through the school holidays, will include petting baby rabbits and guinea pigs, egg-shaped cookies to decorate in the Beanstalk Cafe, an opportunity to colour Easter pictures in the play room and the chance to create an Easter lamb in the craft corner.
There are new attractions for 2018 at the farm, which are being premiered for the Easter holiday including the interactive musical dancing water fountains and the first section of a brand new area of the farm, called Wilderness Walk.”
With the exception of the Easter Bunny – which costs £3.50 per child – all activities are free. Pre-book tickets at fairytalefarm.co.uk/index.php/blog/126.