Things to do at Wolds Way Lavender review
Wolds Way Lavender and Nature farm is located a few miles out of Malton in North Yorkshire. The 12 acre site is planted with over 6 acres of all kinds of wonderful lavender. This attraction isn’t just about the lavender though. They’ve thought of all sorts of lovely things to make a day out here a lovely way to spend some time.
Included in the price as well as all the wonderful lavender there’s a Timber trail for big and little kids. This is like an assault course and they have to try to get around without touching the ground. There’s a natural willow maze where you have to find 10 stations and answer the questions.
There is a 9 hole mini foot golf course which is great fun. On their woodland walk you will find den building. We loved both of their ponds as there are huge fish in one and we found tadpoles in the other. Another highlight was the wild flower walk. It smelt amazing. They have a few other little surprises to find as well.
For £2 extra each you can also take a ride on their miniature train. We loved this and we can highly recommend a ride….watch out for the spider. We had no trouble finding a picnic bench for our lunch, we even had a table with an umbrella which was a nice touch.
Covid 19 safety measures – We have visited recently and we had a lovely socially distanced day out. There’s plenty of their lavender hand sanitiser around the site. The toilets have a one-way system and tickets must be purchased online in advance so that they can monitor visitor numbers. The tea room is closed but they do have limited refreshments for sale.
FAQ and Further Information Wolds Way Lavender
Is there food and drink available?
The tea room was closed but they do have limited refreshments for sale such as hot and cold drinks plus ice-cream and other snacks.
What are the main things to do?
Lavender of many different varieties. Maze, mini footgolf, timber trail for kids, den building and more.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Cheap. An adult ticket is £8,00 and £7.00 for a child.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Dogs are welcome on a lead.
Are they accessible?
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