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BeWILDerwood is an adventure park for families located in Horning, a parish in the English county of Norfolk. Self-described as a "curious treehouse adventure," the attraction is situated in a woodland area and features treehouses, rope bridges, slides, zip wires, a maze, and two special areas for children under five called "Toddlewood-on-the-Hill" and "Tiptoe Valley". The original branding was created by Purple Circle.
|Monday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 5:30 PM|
My little one (2.5) had a lovely day. Can fill a good few hours here. Can see that it is continuously being improved. Only negative is it is quite pricey especially if not using any of the equipment.
Fantastic place for most ages.. if you can't climb I wouldn't recommend unless your not paying. Lots of tree houses to climb and slid down. Puppet shows and craft tent in the forest. Lovely food cabins to. We loved it .
Incredible place! Something for all ages. It's not cheap to get in but there are no extras to pay for once in with the exception of food and drink. We spent 6.4 hours there and didn't manage to get through everything. Really food fun for all of the kids from 2 to 39. Really well done and a fab range of activities. Get the boat in if you can as it builds the story for you. Really great day.
Great place for kids to have fun. A lot of the activities are more suited to older kids (6 and over) but still plenty to do for a 2 and 4 year old. We also noticed when we visited today that there is a new zone about to open for much younger ones. Good value with plenty of other activities organised throughout the day.
Great place for kids and parents to run around and be active. Been three times now and always represents excellent value for money. Only negative point.... Toilets need updating and more regular cleaning so they don't smell
A really excellent day out. We had two 4 year olds and a 7 year old. The place is faultless wonderfully put together, so much fun for the kids(we had a great time too), it is beautiful and well maintained with loads of activities, certainly enough to fill a full day, we were there for 6 hours and it was well worth the entry price. The only thing to bear in mind is that our bunch didn't want to leave even though they were exhausted. The staff are outstanding, really friendly and helpful, the food was lovely and reasonably priced and the setting is really pretty. Visited again today after such a good experience the first time. This place is still excellent. An absolute must if you are in the area with kids.
What an amazing place. It just kept going on and on. We have a three year old and a baby. We will definitely come back here and especially when the baby has grown a little. Nice staff and a lovely setting. We got there early and had the place nearly to ourselves. Even when it got busy though there were still benches to sit on and queues were not to long. Food and drink prices are not to bad either. A cracking day out
Excellent visit! We had not read the books this is based on but it was still great. Really lovely set up in the forest and the sky maze was great! Kids will love this. Food was tasty and reasonably proc3d too.
Amazing place to take the kids, lots and lots to do for both children and big children. It's essentially a number of individual play areas all in the forest that are themed. We spent 6 hours there and could've been there longer if the littlest wasn't shattered from all the play.
Absolutely loved it. Love how you are able to go around as a family to join in with kids, price is what we would say good for what you get to have fun WITH your children, building more stuff for later this year it looked like so will become even better, also good for little ones also. If you like the adventure and joining in with your kids around places rather than just watch at the side line then this is perfect.
Simply great fun! Taken my lad and his friends numerous times over the years. It is expensive, but the kids love it from the minute they cross the bridge. I spent the first 30 minutes being shocked at the price. Save yourself some cash by taking picnic/lunch with you. Plenty for the kids to do. Building dens, climbing, huge slides, climbing, shows for the little ones, climbing, balancing, climbing, running, climbing, clinging on, climbing, exploring, climbing, swinging and in case they’re not worn out enough there is more climbing.
Love this place so much we upgraded our tickets to annual passes and because we live local we go here instead of to the park! Fun for all the family, some really high aerial bridges and steep high slides for the more adventurous, but also plenty to do for the little ones. Plus a fun boat ride included. A great day out.
This park was amazing. There were so many areas to explore and climb. My 2.5 year old son had the time if his life. Tree houses were beautiful and fun. I would suggest bringing your own food. The snacks available were small but we'll priced. You will be here for hours and I found that what they had was not satisfying. Bathrooms were great also.
Excellent fun for children and adults. My four year old got stuck into everything. Staff very friendly. Food prices are reasonable as well. Highly recommend it.
Fantastic outdoor adventure park for all ages from 3 to 93 years .park offers slides rope bridges a boat ride and zip lines as well as story tellers and parades and a craft tent .staff are equally as good fun and friendly and polite
A must for children of all ages, buy the books to understand the magic of Bewilderwood. I have brought yearly passes for my family several times, we love the slides, zip wires and maze so much.
A MUST do attraction if you are nearby or even further away it's well worth the drive. We go every year. Great outdoor fun for all and encourages kids to read the stories. If you have never read the stories this place is inpired by make sure you pick them up on the way out. Great stories my girls have read them again and again. There is enough to do here to fill the day. The food sold caters for most and is pretty reasonable but it is also easy to take a picnic and there is plenty of seating.
Wonderful, magical place to visit with kids. I brought my granddaughters, aged 10 and 12, on a chilly February day. We soon warmed up on the zip wires, climbing structures and generally letting our hair down! Lovely hot meals available at reasonable prices washed down with a big cup of hot chocolate. No gimmicks, no hidden charges for the activities. Once you've paid at the gate all activities are included (face painting, craft etc). Finish by catching the boat back to the start, with the boatman showing you the secret places where the boggles and twiggles live. Then to the gift shop with a lovely selection of affordable mementos and local ice cream if you've warmed up enough. And yes, I did ache the next day!