Just before the school term started, we visited Hidden Valley which isn’t too far from where we live.
The first time we went, was probably two years ago. We thought of doing little T’s fourth birthday party there. In the end though opted to go somewhere else since we weren’t sure of how the weather was going to hold.
It’s a nice little place to go to, especially for younger children. There weren’t many changes since the last time, although what used to be the “Haunted House” was now a Sherlock Holme’s trail which had clues you had to find and riddles to solve, perfect for kids older than T. She and her friend didn’t bother to do the trail, but they had fun going in and out of the doors complete with hidden rooms.
We had a picnic after and was pleased to see a designated picnic area complete with wooden benches and tables, though it was a bit tricky to eat with chickens around. One even tried to peck the sandwich of my friend’s little girl! As expected, little M cried!
After lunch the kids, decided to head for the maze, but not before visiting the “Hobbit’s House first.
Then the animals …
T stood awhile, hoping that this sleeping pig would wake up. But I guess it was too tired to even bother.
And of course, there were ducks in a pond. There are always ducks!
I’ve always liked the idea of having a pet donkey. But I’m afraid we don’t really have the space for one. Aren’t they the cutest?
And then it was time to take the little train back home. Well not really. It actually went around the Hidden Valley. A nice treat for the kids, as well as for the adults.
They are currently building a Japanese garden there. I can imagine how beautiful it will be in Spring. Can’t wait to see that!
Hidden Valley is located at Tredidon, St Thomas, Launceston, Cornwall PL15 8SJ. This isn’t a sponsored post by the way, it’s just nice to be able to help support local businesses.
Have you visited any fun place lately?