The Peter Rabbit Garden Adventure is a live immersive experience in the walled garden at Blenheim Palace.
This summer at Blenheim Palace, join Beatrix Potter in the garden of old Mr McGregor and help rescue Peter Rabbit.
Through a magical mix of storytelling, live performance, and puppetry, the world of Beatrix Potter will come alive in Blenheim Palace’s Walled Garden as you, the audience, take part in the rescue of Peter from Mr McGregor’s rabbit pie-shaped plan.
Young Beatrix Potter enlists your help in finding mischievous Peter, leading you through flower and vegetable gardens, greenhouses and potting sheds previously not open to the public. On the way, you’ll meet Jemima Puddle-Duck, Benjamin Bunny, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and more, alongside a few surprises.
This 50-minute immersive adventure is a must for any child who loves to explore the great outdoors, any family who treasures what you can learn from being in nature and any fan of the most beloved rabbit in children’s literature.
Take a break from the rescue to find Peter Rabbit in the Activity Area, where children can release their creativity. There will be plenty of activities to keep the little ones entertained, including colouring-in, dot-to-dot, and ‘find Peter’.
Visit the Farm Shop, where you will find all things Peter Rabbit. Choose your favourite book in the reading corner or take your pick from a selection of children’s toys. There will be a food cart outside with delicious fresh produce so you can grab a coffee, ice cream, and lots of other tasty treats.
Individual tickets – £20.00
NHS, Universal Credit & Access tickets – £17.00
Infant (ages 6 months-2 years) – £5.00
Group bundle tickets (minimun of 10 people) – £15.00 per person
The Peter Rabbit experience will take place in the Walled Garden at Blenheim Palace.
06 July to 03 September 2022
Tuesdays to Sundays from 10.30am to 4.30pm
Time slots available every 10 minutes.
06, 07 & 08 July only from 1.00pm to 4:30 p.m.
Duration: Approx 50 minutes
Age guidance: All ages are welcome. All children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult.