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The Ice Cream Farm, Tattenhall

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Farm Tourist Spot
Pleasing various senses, The Ice Cream Farm offers gourmet ice cream, tearooms, an art gallery, children’s play areas, and an arcade loft. Sample award-winning ice cream made with fresh whole milk and fresh cream. Flavors range from classic chocolate or vanilla to more adventuresome options such as "Rum ‘n’ Raisin" or raspberry Pavlova. Learn about the ice cream production process in the Artisan Room or watch farmhands milk the cows in the special viewing gallery. For an additional fee, ride an ATV, play mini-golf, and play games in the arcade. Admission to the farm and toddler’s soft play area is free of charge. Before you head to Tattenhall, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Tattenhall tourist route planner, to make sure you see all that Tattenhall has to offer, including The Ice Cream Farm.
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  • We have been here a couple of times now and always had a lovely time.. it is mainly suitable for children up to around 8ish my little one is 2 and loves it!! it is free entry and there is a play area ...  more »
  • Free to enter although you can pay to go into all the attractions anything from £1 to go on the battery quads, £3.75 to go in the "real" JCB diggers be it with there tracks disconnected for obvious re...  more »
  • Once again, we've had the most wonderful day at the Ice Cream Farm. Fun from start to finish! All the various areas so softplay and sand and water play for when it rains and then the petting farm and ...  more »
  • Impressive place, perfect for the whole family. Lots to see and do on the site. Admission is free, this includes a play park and farm animal. The other attractions have a cost, but if you get a play pass it is much cheaper than paying per thing. Very well managed and organized venue and money have been spent in the right places to make it look great. Definitely recommended. The ice-cream is very nice and there are many flavors to choose from
  • A nice little gem for a young family hidden in the countryside around Chester. Free admission, although this could be made clearer on entering and on the website. We wasted a few minutes queuing for what we thought was the queue to pay to get in but we all now how the British public love a queue even when they don't know what it's for. Luckily for us when we visited the weather was on our side and the place looks beautiful. Our kids age range from 2 to 8 and they all found something to enjoy from the crazy golf to the indoor sand and water centre (brilliant idea may I add).
  • This place has grown from humble beginnings to become a huge endeavour and along the way, has lost its charm. You're now in an industrial-size kids' park and will be overrun with children of all ages so relaxing, it isn't. But the ice-cream is very good so perhaps best to get a take-away tub (or two) for those who don't have little ones they need to amuse.
  • Amazing day out. Free entrance and use of a fair amount of activities. Small charges for premium attractions. Good shop and incredible selection of local ice creams and other foods
  • My 4yo son said this was his best day out ever - I kid you not. There is just soooo much to do with the kids. The indoor sand wand water play area is outstanding and will give them an introduction to physics as they play with an Archimedes Screw as well as holding back water and watching it flow. There's also climbing frames in there. Outside there's a quick go-kart-like section where for a £1 you can drive along a circuit for a couple of minutes. There's also a very good and free play area outside which you could easily get away with letting your kids just play on if you've not got much budget to spare. The food is a touch pricey, but you do get a lot of activity for free so they do have to cover that. But for a family of 4 you could get away with spending £25. The £3.95 meal for kids is excellent as you get a sandwich, either juice or a little milkshake as well as three of snack items - we chose some raisins, a yogurt and something else. There's also a good shop with some really good books and other toys. Parking is free as well. But they are strict on the "no picnics" rule.