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The Ice Cream Farm

#1 of 4 things to do in Tattenhall Features Animals
Newton Lane, Tattenhall CH3 9NE, England
+44 800 133 7000
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Fancied going here for ages. Just over an hours trip from where we live in greater... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Vernon V
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Bolton, United Kingdom
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Great day out

Took our 2 grandkids (8 and6) to the Ice Cream Farm during the school holidays. Been a few times... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Gorsemo
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The Ice Cream Farm is a family friendly tourist attraction bursting with all of the fun you need for a great day out in Cheshire. We have been mixing up a whole new flavour of activity to ensure that whatever the weather, you can call in for a quick play and a scoop of your favourite Cheshire Farm ice cream, or a whole day of Ice Cream Farm fun. With massive savings on our new Play Pass, picking your flavour of activity has never been easier. At The Ice Cream Farm, fun is free... The rest is up to you!
  • Excellent51%
  • Very good26%
  • Average11%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible6%
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Hours Today: 09:30 - 17:30
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Newton Lane, Tattenhall CH3 9NE, England
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+44 800 133 7000
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Fancied going here for ages. Just over an hours trip from where we live in greater Manchester. Loads of parking, but was very busy, coaches galore. Free entrance. Once we walked in we instantly knew what we had in store. An adventure land for kiddies....More

Thank Vernon V
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Took our 2 grandkids (8 and6) to the Ice Cream Farm during the school holidays. Been a few times In the past but not for a couple of years and hardly recognised the place as it's been completely rebuilt. Used to be virtually free throughout...More

Thank Gorsemo
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We loved it here. Lots to do & not too expensive play passes are good value. We pre booked the diggers as advised and also took a change of clothes as the kids can get very wet & sandy in the play area. Restaurant was...More

Thank Melissaoliver
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We booked this place for a small meeting in their Coffee Shop, and the booking was taken with the understanding that it was for a small meeting and that we would of course be purchasing drinks,there was 12 of us who all had a hot...More

Thank Kim J
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Spent the day with hubby and 2 young girls... what can i say loved every min. Free admission, which for a place this size was good, activities inside not badly priced would recommend getting wrist band tho that allows into all activities, and icecream to...More

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Reviewed 3 days ago

We decided to take our grandchildren who are 2 and 9 months here about 2 weeks ago , it wasn't A very pleasant experience far to busy , it wouldn't be to bad if the children we're supervised by parents grandparents or carers but that...More

Thank Louise June D
Reviewed 3 days ago

Years ago this was just a dairy farm and the kids could watch the cows being milked before having an ice cream. Today it is big, sand a water play, soft play, cafe, animals, shops so all in all you could spend 5-6 hours there...More

Thank dianne w
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We went here on a lovely sunny day and had a great family day out.we booked it in advance and paid for £15 pass as we only have one child.im so glad I booked time slots in advance as it was soooo busy!we used the...More

Thank Rebecca T
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We have visited the ice cream farm a few times and it never fails to be a good day out. Always go with my little one (2 years old) and my nephews (6 years old) and they both love it. They love the sand and...More

Thank LeanneMHill
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Been here a few times this year and again over previous years. This is the first time I have wrote a review. My little one likes going and it is only a short trip away. When they had the refurbishment I was very impressed and...More

Thank carl d
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16 August 2017|
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Response from Janet L | Reviewed this property |
My daughter has bought a pass , although the entrance is free , there is a modest charge for some of the attractions, you can buy a pass to prepay for the chargeable attractions. The benefit is that you get more value in the... More
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Perky25
15 August 2017|
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Response from Janet L | Reviewed this property |
You could spend all day , on the other hand it is a lovely place to call for an hour , have ice cream while the girls play. Our grandson will be five at Christmas, we have trouble getting him out of there to go home. Because... More
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Carolyn M
10 August 2017|
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Response from sandman072 | Reviewed this property |
They will be ok because there is a vast choice of great ice cream flavours but the wider site has been heavily developed for younger children (in my opinion) and I can see teenagers getting bored. Its also VERY busy now and... More
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