Family Time at Wimpole this May half term
Come rain or shine, there’s plenty to do at Wimpole this May half-term!
The days are getting warmer and the Estate has come to life, the little lambs are out in the park, hopping and skipping to keep up with the flock; the cattle are also out enjoying the lush grass the Spring rain and sunshine has brought. It’s a great time to get outside and discover what nature has to offer.
Wild Welly Walk
Go exploring on our Wild Welly Walk and at the same time you can start ticking off your list of 50 Things to do before you're 11¾ at Wimpole
Create your own adventure
A few 50 things to do before you're 11¾ more you can tackle whilst you’re here . . .
Build a den
Head to the Woodland Belts, grab a few fallen branches and sticks to build yourself a natural hiding place.
Climb a huge hill
Not many of these in Cambridgeshire, but we’ve a few hilly bits in the parkland to choose from . . . .
and when you get to the top roll down the hill – just watch out for the cow pats!
Visit a Farm
Check out our daily events, from meeting the shire to grooming a donkey, you can even have a go at milking a bucket!
- Wait for the noise they make - have a go at pig feeding
- Stroke a gentle giant - meet a Wimpole Shire horse
- Have they gone to sleep yet? Daisy and Clementine are very relaxed when you groom them.
- They have very soft fur - come and meet a rabbit
And no visit to the farm is complete until you’ve jumped, swung, slide, slipped and landed at our woodland playground, plus mini tractors for our smaller visitors.
Go on a history adventure in the Hall, open from 11am with last entry at 4pm. See how good your observation skills are and if you can solve all the clues on our History Adventure Trail.
Topping up with fuel
With the Farm Café serving hot food or a ‘grab and go’ selection plus Ice Creams available in the Restaurant, Farm and Toyshop, there will be plenty of opportunity to refuel before starting your next adventure.