Maybe a family weekend trip or get for the next break from school? Either way voucher is valid for 3 months and if you go before the 31st Oct you can pick up free tickets for the Halloween event there.
£10 instead of £37 for two adults and two children to enjoy a day out, including adventure playground, farm animals and two kids meals, plus free entry to the Halloween weekend at Old Down Country Park - Save 73%
Family matters. We at Groupon know that, and want you to embark on a family affair at the Old Down Country Park. The park offers a fun day out for the whole family. Set in 68 acres of countryside, the park is home to over 100 animals including wallabies, Shetland ponies, alpacas, pigs, reindeer and cows. Visitors can follow the animal trails around the park taking in the stunning views of the Severn Estuary, lake and rockery along the way.The park also boasts an orchard walk, woodland and peaceful Victorian Walled garden where fruit and veg is grown in abundance. You can find this produce in the Old Down farm shop along with local meats, cheeses, fresh bread and lots of great gift ideas.
For the older children there is a large adventure playground and rustic café area to relax. The café is open daily and serves a large range of homemade cakes, hot and cold snacks and drinks. The park hosts kids parties, worthy of a circus, and the café area is also available for private party hire. Your voucher also grants you access to a perfect Halloween event running at the Old Down Country Park for you and your lil tykes. Enjoy a feast of ghoulish snacks and fun. Kids can take part in their colouring competition, an opportunity to buy pumpkins from the shop and lots more fun for the whole family. And pay only £10!
What people are saying...
"Old Down Country Park is not your typical stately home. It is a farm/zoo/park/house. Great for the whole family too. They have large lawn areas for picnics, a café for those who didn't pre-prepare food, and lots and lots of animals.... you can spend the whole day there (weather permitting) walking along the Victorian walls and cooing at all the cute animals."