Cheshire’s award-winning play attraction is gearing up for an eggs-cellent Easter of fun-filled, inclusive and low cost events for families.

Hopping throughout March will be a schedule of Spring-themed activities starting from just £8 (plus admission), with dedicated events for pre-schoolers, as well as for children with Special Educational Needs (SEN).

Kicking off the Easter agenda is the Easter Grotto and Craft Den; which includes meeting the Easter Bunny and a take-home treat, and is open every weekend until and for Easter itself.

Designed for younger children, there is Storytime with the Easter Bunny to have a morning of fun, food and photos while the big kids are at school. And the whole family can join in with two Bottomless Breakfast with the Easter Bunny events.

The Ice Cream Farm’s monthly SEN Session will include a dedicated SEN Easter Grotto for children who need a quieter space to celebrate. While in the world’s largest ice cream shop there is a new menu, with seasonal flavours including Mrs Darlington’s Lemon Curd, Eton Mess, and an exclusive Cheshire Farm Ice Cream flavour: Dinosaur!

“With our Easter schedule, as ever, The Ice Cream Farm events team has been conscious of value for families,” said CEO and Owner Jonathan Fell. “We've put an inclusive experience for all at the heart of these events, so everyone can join in,*and families don’t feel priced out of enjoying time together at Easter.

“Alongside we've got The Ice Cream Drive In for a low cost treat; free entry for members until the end of March; an after-school £5 deal for entry, play and ice cream; and the return of our Shuttle Bus from Chester Train Station on the 4th April.”


The Ice Cream Farm
The Ice Cream Farm, Cheshire

Set in the picturesque Cheshire countryside between Beeston and Peckforton Castles, The Ice Cream Farm is the tastiest trip you will ever take, enticing hundreds and thousands of visitors every year!



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