Pumpkin FunFest at Mead Open Farm
We had a great start to the half term holiday with the kids at the pumpkin FunFest at Mead Open farm
We absolutely love Halloween celebrations and after so much fun last year at the Pumpkin Patch MK, we couldn’t wait to go Pumpkin picking again.
This year we have been super lucky having the opportunity to visit the Pumpkin FunFest at Mead Open Farm.
If you are looking for a unique way to celebrate Halloween the Pumpkin FunFest at Mead Open farm is a fantastic family day out.
So What’s Included at the Pumpkin FunFest at Mead Farm?
There is so much to do at this super fun Halloween event including:
The Pumpkin picking Patch and Carving Station
Coco was determined to find the biggest pumpkin
After choosing our pumpkins we had a short wait for the carving station.
All the tables were provided with sanitation for your hands and for the pumpkins which we gave a good clean with anti-bacterial spray and paper towels.
It was tricky work cutting through the pumpkins because the carving tools were pretty weak.
The kids had fun together and were happy enough to finish off their carvings at home.
The Tiny Terrors Tractor Ride
The Spooky music and the spooky story played as we had fun on the ride
There are lots of little boos along the way
The Creepy Barn Walk-Through
We had some laugh out loud moments on the creepy barn walk
It took Coco a while to adjust to the spooky environment.
I think it was a bit of props and costume overload.
In hind sight, we should have given her a bit of extra time to settle into the environment.
The Trick or Treat Halloween Show
The Trick or Treat Training stage show was in the barn theatre.
The show is full of energy and really funny
The Fairy Tale Villains Trail
The Fairy Tale Villain’s Trail was part of the live street theatre around the farm.
Each fairy tale character gave us a live mini show with hidden clues.
Work out the Fairy Tales name from the clues and win a prize!
The grumpy troll was super funny
The actors gave an amazing performance, all keeping in character throughout our visit. Mummy and daddy appreciated the silly hidden adult humour too, so funny!
The Huge Indoor Play
The indoor play area is available in one hour sessions
The indoor play area is huge with lot’s of space great for social distancing. It includes the Magic Veggie Wood, Shaggy’s Play world, Mini Moo’s, two drop slides and a large wave slide.
The floor felt as cold as ice on your feet actually feeling colder inside than outside on the Fram, so an extra layer os socks would be a good idea.
Unfortunately, due to Covid restrictions not all the outdoor adventure activities are available.
Totally understandable and there are so many other play areas to choose from such as, the inflatable trampolines, go carting, two large sand play areas and an adventure playground.
Coco was super determined to master the go-carting
The kids had lot’s of petting opportunities including pony grooming.
The bunny hop station can get really crowded so social distancing was difficult.
We personally didn’t feel comfortable to hang around.
You can purchase animal feed for £1 a bag or for £0.80 online when you book your tickets.
The goats are super friendly and gentle
We had a fantastic family fun day out at this extremely organised event which has all the essential Covid-19 measures in place for a safe and fun visit.
Take a peek here at the fun packed activities time table to plan your visit!
The entrance fees for this ticket only event cost us £15.45 per adult and £14.45 per child.
For more information and to book click here
Have you been Pumpkin Picking this year? As always I would love to hear from you.
Have fun and stay safe,
Looks like you had a ton of fun out the the pumpkin funfest! This year we are going to have a calm night with yummy food and fun games 🙂
I made simple fabric pumpkins https://hellosewing.com/how-to-make-fabric-pumpkins/ and they make me smile every them I look at them
thanks for sharing over at #KCACOLS
Thank you we had a fab day.
We are pumpkin obsessed and yours look gorgeous I will definitely give them a go xx
What gorgeous photos and I can see why you had a great day out. I took my daughter pumpkin picking for the first time this year, but it was literally just picking some pumpkins into our wheel barrow and then carting them off and paying for them 🙂 Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time.
Aw thank you so much we do love this time of year but at this rate my kids will be expecting bigger and better every year!
I’m sure your little one had a fun time, sending love xx
Brilliant pictures, looks like a great day out. Thanks so much for linking up at #KCACOLS. Hope you come back again next time
Thank you Helen, sending love xx
This looks like so much fun as a family day out! I have never been pumpkin picking but I would love to do this with my daughters. Oh maybe next year if things have improved in terms of corona virus (fingers crossed!). From your lovely pictures it looks like you all had a great day out! #KCACOLS
Thank you Tracey we had a great day out all considered. Heres to more family fun days out in the future xx
It looks fantastic! I would definitely look it up next time! cheers, #KCACOLS
Aw great, thank you for stopping by xx
Thank you so much for all this info! Always looking for actual helpful facts of experiences as have made a few (expensive) errors along the way with my children, having not known what to expect when booking an event. Will look out for other posts from you on here now I’ve found you.
Mum of two, aged 12 and 8.