Pre-booked tickets only, open this Easter for exercise in a beautiful, historical heritage park. Plenty of room for social distancing and an Easter trail to see along the way!
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Open this Easter for exercise in a beautiful, historical heritage park. Plenty of room for social distancing and an Easter trail to see along the way!
You’re invited to a very important date this Easter at Mother Shipton’s! Humpty Dumpty and his storybook friends are all here for an EGGCITING event sure to put a SPRING in your step!
Join us down the rabbit hole and discover the whimsical Wonderland trail where you will see plenty of CRACKING photo opportunities and fascinating Easter scenes throughout the beautiful woodland. From a giant vegetable garden to Humpty Dumpty’s house, you’d be as MAD as a RABBIT to miss this!
There’s something for the whole family at England’s Oldest Tourist Attraction, including the birthplace of the Yorkshire Prophetess Mother Shipton, the incredible Petrifying Well, a large children’s Adventure Playground (access to the Adventure Playground is subject to weather conditions), and a Museum & Gift Shop (access to the Museum & Gift Shop is subject to government restrictions on non-essential retail).
Scrumptious ice cream is available to purchase as well as take-away coffee, tea, hot chocolate and refreshments from our lovely vintage-style kiosks in the middle of the woodland walk. There are plenty of picnic benches and scenic views.
Dogs are welcome in the park for a picturesque mile-long walk along the River Nidd. 27th March to 18th April, booking essential. www.mothershipton.co.uk
Please take note of some of our safety procedures:
We are limiting visitor numbers and tickets must be booked online.
The attraction is outdoors with plenty of room to social distance.
There are hand sanitising stations throughout the attraction.
Please pay by contactless or card when making a purchase within the attraction to reduce contact and the risk of spreading the virus.
Please follow government advice on travel, and do not visit us if you are feeling unwell or have any symptoms of COVID-19.