Geronimo Festival at Tatton Park
If you are at a bit of a loss on what to do today, let me introduce you to Geronimo Festival. Being held this weekend (23rd-25th May 2015) at Tatton Park, Cheshire this festival certainly has all an active family needs regardless of age.
Here you will find endless amounts of activities for your little Geronimites, there is the mainstage where you can see various acts during the day from Katy Ashworth, Alex Winters, Cook and Line and many more. There is also a meet and greet area nearby so your children can meet their favourites.
3ft & Under Zone – This area features a lot of fun for the miniature Geronimites, from a soft play area, to storytelling and also includes trying out a short Tumble Tots session. Just outside of this zone to the rear you will find a Balance Bike area, brought by KiddiMoto of which Leah and her friend Freddy (from Inside The Wendy House) enjoyed a good ride around.
Groovy Zone – This zone I’d say is the next stage up from the 3ft & Under Zone, Leah particularly enjoyed it. Here you it is mainly all about dancing and fashion, Leah was really in a dancing mood yesterday and particularly dancing about on the catwalk.
Geronostage Zone – This area mainly features the Main Stage and the Meet and Greet area I told you about before. Here you can also find numerous food outlets for all your hungry Geronimites.
Circus Zone – Here you an visit the Big Top, try your hand at circus acts such as juggling and also have a go on the Helter Skelter. Leah really did enjoy this!
Adrenaline Zone – This area features some rather spectacular fun. Here you can watch some displays from British Cycling, try your hand at Cycling yourself or for the real Adrenaline Junkie you can try the high ropes or zip line!
Other areas included in the visit to Geronimo include The Pasture where your child can visit the Petting Zoo or even have a Donkey Ride.
So if this sounds like something right up your street this Bank Holiday Monday head over to Tatton Park now, you can find more information on the webpage and ticket prices starting at £25pp, under 2s are free.
I found the ticket prices to be rather high to be honest, especially for younger children. Yes under 2’s are free, Leah is 3 and I think this price a little high given she can’t do as much as a child aged 6+ could. A separate child price I feel would have been beneficial. Also all the attractions were really spaced out on the site, making it a bit of a trek for Leah to get about. I certainly hope Geronimo will be back for another visit next year as given my slight concerns we really did have a wonderful and fun day.
**This is not a sponsored post, we were given VIP access to Geronimo Festival for the day in return for review. All words and opinions are my own.