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Saturday 17th & Sunday 18th April
Join live performers at Itchen Valley Country Park this Easter for an action-packed (and muddy!) interactive theatre trail!
Inspired by the story of Dr Seuss’ tree loving Lorax, The Point and Itchen Valley Country Park are teaming up to host a socially distanced performance trail especially for family groups. You’ll meet quirky characters at different locations and take part in interactive puzzles and activities to rescue the forest!
Are you prepared for the quest?
Please note the trail involves uneven, muddy and gravelled ground. Please wear appropriate footwear.
If you have access requirements that will make this element difficult, please contact us in advance at email@example.com
About your visit
Event duration: Approximately 1.5 hours.
Approximate total walking distance: 3km on uneven, muddy and gravelled trails
This event will continue in all weathers (except in exceptional circumstances and you will be contacted by the booking team. Children under 3 years old are welcome and do not need their own ticket, however please note that trails may be unsuitable for pushchairs.
Parking: please note that your Forest Quest ticket does not include parking at the Country Park. Information on how to get here and parking charges.
Make a day of it and enjoy the rest of Itchen Valley Country Park after your adventure.
Activities have been designed with safety considerations as a priority. Small groups, socially distanced activities and the setting of an outdoor space all contribute to our plan to ensure these events are as considered as possible for your own confidence.
Sessions are for up to six participants. If your family group is smaller than this, you may share the session with another family group, the event will be socially distanced.
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BOOK YOUR TICKET
DURATION1 hour 30 minutes
PRICESBook Your Place: £5
Ages 6+ and their grown-ups