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Fakenham Pensthorpe Natural Park creates indoor play area cheaper family limited edition ticket



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Pensthorpe Natural Park has launched a new ticket so families can enjoy its indoor play area at a fraction of the cost.

An indoor play ticket for the Fakenham-based nature reserve’s award-winning Hootz House has been created, allowing families to visit the play area without having to pay extra to visit the rest of the park.

For £6.95 the indoor play offer admits one child and one accompanying adult to Hootz House and five time slots can be chosen throughout the day – the first starting at 10am and the last at 3.30pm. Tickets for any additional adults can be added to the booking for £2.

Families at Pensthorpe Natural Park. Photo: Steve Adams
Families at Pensthorpe Natural Park. Photo: Steve Adams

With wooden tunnels, bridges, ball drops, boardwalks, stomach-churning slides and a separate play area just for toddlers, Hootz House offers non-stop fun for children as they explore the twists and turns of the eco-friendly adventure area.

Natalie Douglas, head of marketing at Pensthorpe said: “We want to offer all our customers budget-friendly options where we can, and we hope this new ticket for our all-weather attraction provides families with an affordable way to enjoy their time together.

“We also wanted to make sure that we cater for parents with younger children who aren’t yet at school, with an exciting and energetic treat that doesn’t break the bank during the quieter mid-week period. We’re looking forward to hearing visitors’ feedback, so we can consider offering the ticket to guests in winter months too.”

Family playing at Hootz House, Pensthorpe (Richard Jarmy).
Family playing at Hootz House, Pensthorpe (Richard Jarmy).

The indoor play ticket for Hootz House will be available weekdays until Friday, May 27 and can be purchased via the Pensthorpe website: www.pensthorpe.com.

Children under the age of one can enter Hootz House for free.

To learn more about Pensthorpe, please visit the park’s Instagram, Twitter or Facebook pages.



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