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The Ice Cream Farm

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Newton Lane, Tattenhall CH3 9NE, England
+44 800 133 7000
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Fantastic for the kids

Fabulous for younger children, or big ones who love ice cream. Excellent value for money play area... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Ruthin, United Kingdom
World Class Ice Cream

Best Ice Cream hands down. It is beautiful! There are so many flavours to choose from. The... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Cheshire, United Kingdom
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The Ice Cream Farm is a family friendly tourist attraction bursting with all of the fun you need for a great day out in Cheshire. We have been mixing up a whole new flavour of activity to ensure that whatever the weather, you can call in for a quick play and a scoop of your favourite Cheshire Farm ice cream, or a whole day of Ice Cream Farm fun. With massive savings on our new Play Pass, picking your flavour of activity has never been easier. At The Ice Cream Farm, fun is free... The rest is up to you!
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  • Very good27%
  • Average11%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible6%
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Newton Lane, Tattenhall CH3 9NE, England
+44 800 133 7000
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Reviewed yesterday

Fabulous for younger children, or big ones who love ice cream. Excellent value for money play area . What can you say about a pink waterfall. Plenty to amuse the kids both free and low price extras

Thank Glenyce2015
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Best Ice Cream hands down. It is beautiful! There are so many flavours to choose from. The chocolate is wonderful, as are the malteasers and mint. I only come here for the ice cream so I can’t comment on the rest of the attractions here,...More

Thank TFoodie343
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I visited on Saturday with my 2 children one of whom has a disability. The facilities for people with a disability were not as we had expected. Firstly, the disabled parking was few and far between and caused us some trouble getting into the attraction...More

Thank lucy_s1288
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I recently visited The Ice Cream Farm with my wife, our friends and their 1 year old boy. We spent about 5 hours here and thoroughly enjoyed our day. There are plenty of activities to do for both kids and adults. Our visit occurred during...More

Thank Martynr1987
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We went with our two young boys (10month & 2 years) they loved it - the food and service in the Pantry was amazing value and unbelievably efficient. The food was much better than in most pubs and portions very generous. A few niggles are...More

Thank ara04tj
Reviewed 6 days ago

Make sure you get here early as there is so much fun to be had. There's a great free play area for the kids to enjoy. The activities you pay for are reasonably priced and worth the money. And of course the ice cream is...More

Thank anniebows
Reviewed 6 days ago

It was the August Bank holiday Monday and the sun was shining. I went with family friends and really enjoyed it. We all looked around as it was my 1st visit there. There was lots to see and do especially the rides. It came as...More

Thank jkleicester70
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We took our 3 year grandson to visit. Had a really good time. The only negative comment is the way the exit is organised. To exit you are directed by barriers and have to go through the toy shop. I feel this puts unneeded pressure...More

1  Thank StewartsMerseyside
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We arrived having never been before so didn't know what to expect , Walked through entrance and straight away my boys eyes lit up. Plenty to do and keep him satisfied for hours. If they like arcades there's the Loft area also soft play areas...More

Thank soooperman1973
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We have been visiting here for years and now, never again after the appalling way we have just been treated in the cafe. On our last visit we enquired whether children's sandwiches can be made with gluten fee bread and were told no. We ordered...More

4  Thank Angeline S
TheIceCreamFarm1, Public Relations Manager at The Ice Cream Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Angeline, We're very sorry to hear about your recent visit to The Ice Cream Farm. Please could you send an email to jane@cheshirefarmicecream.co.uk as our team would like to discuss this further with you. Once again, we're very sorry about this.

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Nicola N
August 31, 2017|
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Response from dmtlangho | Reviewed this property |
Think about 8 would be the ceiling for children to enjoy all of it. Families did have older kids but they mainly liked the death slide. DT
August 15, 2017|
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Response from Janet L | Reviewed this property |
My daughter has bought a pass , although the entrance is free , there is a modest charge for some of the attractions, you can buy a pass to prepay for the chargeable attractions. The benefit is that you get more value in the... More
August 14, 2017|
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Response from Janet L | Reviewed this property |
You could spend all day , on the other hand it is a lovely place to call for an hour , have ice cream while the girls play. Our grandson will be five at Christmas, we have trouble getting him out of there to go home. Because... More