Have you visited BeWILDerwood Cheshire? The award-winning curious treehouse adventure park is top on the list for family days out this Easter holidays! With Easter events running from the 2nd-24th April, you’ll be guaranteed some wholesome family fun in the woods – it's set to be one of the best Easter events in Cheshire!

If you’ve never visited before, BeWILDerwood is based on a series of books and characters by author and creator Tom Blofeld. This adds a magical element to the woods, as visitors try and spot a Boggle or Twiggle whilst on their adventure. As well as Boggles, Twiggles and Crocklebogs (just some of the magical characters you’ll hear about during your visit) the 70-acre woodland is home to huge slippery slides, giant muddled mazes, extra-long zip wires, den building and even crafts and storytelling too. With grownups encouraged to join in with the fun, it really is a day out suitable for the whole family!

The Pesky Bunnies Easter Eggs-pedition is running from the 2nd-24th April. It includes a new exclusive Easter themed story, bunny ear craft, face painting and Puzzling Park Trail Easter Egg Hunt. Explorers have to find 6 giant eggs, hidden by the ‘Pesky Bunnies’ and will be rewarded on completion with a BeWILDerwood badge. The event is only running for a limited time, so BeWILDerwood are encouraging WILD explorers to book their adventure online, so they don’t miss out!

Northwich Guardian:

Tom Blofeld, author and creator of BeWILDerwood commented,

The Pesky Bunnies have hopped into the woods and are already causing havoc! We’re hoping explorers will help us find the eggs they’ve hidden. Be sure to pick up a Puzzling Park Trail sheet when you arrive, they’re full of clues to help you on your Egg Hunt!

It’s set to be a fantastic few weeks in the woods and The Twiggle Team are so excited to welcome explorers for our first ever Easter. Make sure you head to the Storytelling Stage whilst you’re here to learn all about those Pesky Bunnies. Oh, and don’t forget you can even disguise yourself as one with bunny ear crafts and face paint – just head to our Big Hat craft tent and Face Painting Pavilion which is just next door!

Not only is the park gearing up for their first Easter, but they are also celebrating a huge success after recently being named the Best New Tourism Business at the Marketing Cheshire Awards. Having been open less than a year, this really shows what a fantastic addition to the area BeWILDerwood is.

Northwich Guardian:

With so much going on in the woods, it seems BeWILDerwood really is the place to be this Easter! You can easily plan your BeWILDerwood adventure on their website, with more information on prices, tickets, opening times and events. Tickets are based on height as some of the activities (such as the zip wires) require longer arms and legs. Tickets range from £13.50-£21.50 and can be purchased on the BeWILDerwood website or on arrival.

BeWILDerwood is located along the A49, just 5 miles from Whitchurch and parking is also included in the price.

Find out everything you need to know and book tickets: https://cheshire.bewilderwood.co.uk/.