If you’ve got kids (seriously: they're required for admission) traveling with you, all of you can enjoy a whimsical trip to Hobbledown. Pigs, ponies, and peafowl preside over the park, and there’s no lack of llamas. Explore the enormous playscape with an aerial walkway, a sandpit, and even a high-up ropes course. With ample safety features, you won’t need to worry about your little ones. The on-site cafe features a variety of healthful options such as wraps, salads, and macaroni and cheese in child-sized and adult portions. Put Hobbledown on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Chessington trip itinerary maker.
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Our family and friends came on a whim and really glad we came. The kids thoroughly enjoyed themselves with all the activities and play areas, and loved the tree top adventure. As others have mentioned... more »
Yesterday we took our youngest grandson here - he is three years of age and we had the most amazing time. He thoroughly enjoyed himself playing on a large number of the play areas. There was such a wi... more »
Love love love this place!!! My first time here with my children and I haven't stopped talking about it! Absolutely the best place ever and so much included in the admission price. We spent 5 hours th... more »
Lovely open fields for the animals but a shame we couldn't get close due to double fencing all the way round. Lack of food stalls and very over priced drinks. Excellent play area with sandpit and the massive trampolines was a big hit with my 3.5 year old son. Not likely to return though.
We visited Hobble down for the first time yesterday and we are so torn with our opinion that i feel i have to write 2 reviews! So, the first review will be for the non-animal parts of Hobbledown. We went with our 6 year old twins and 6 of their friends and it was fantastic! The staff were friendly and the activities, mazes and play grounds were charming and just brilliant! We took a packed lunch and ate in the sunshine. The kids had a magical time and this part of the experience was well worth the 1 hour and 15 journey. We would come as a regular treat, if it weren't for my second review that follows....
The softplay inside is amazing, its so big and keeps the kids entertained for ages. The hot food is okay, but cakes are yummy. The kids really enjoyed seeing all the animals too. Its definitely worthwhile purchasing a season pass as you get a lot more for your money as the day entry fees are quite pricey.
Good soft play and the grounds are great with trampolines, play for older kids, animals and so on. My main gripe with this place is the coffee so far. It is like drinking pond water.
Great for children of all ages, different activities for different ages, an amazing family day out Has play/adventure areas Restaurant The whole Park follows a theme Mini aerial asult course for 7y/o+
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