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Tickets from £9.50
Suitable for: Ages 1 and up
There's loads of different activities to do and my kids loved it so don't let the fact it's small put you off booking!
Don't miss the quiz it's really good fun
Make sure you don't miss any of the activities before you get your photo with Peter - that's the very last bit before leaving.
Ah, Peter Rabbit. Been around since 1901 but still has a spring in his step.
This new interactive, multi-sensory family attractions is the spot for kids to get their rabbit on while competing in challenges throughout its different themed zones.
Find out if they’ve got the whiskers to join the Secret Treehouse Club and whiz through Mr. McGregor’s carrot patches – but spare a thought for Peter’s dad and his demise in the pie. They’ve skipped over that bit, don’t worry.
The main place where Peter hangs out is The Burrow – kids can help Mrs Rabbit get dinner ready and experience a jaw-dropping magic mirror that transforms them into one of the family. And there’s lots more to see in this neck of the woods – like Jeremy Fisher’s Pond, Mr Bouncer’s Invention Workshop and the Secret Treehouse.
Tail twitching with excitement at the sound of it all? We thought as much.
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91 Promenade, Blackpool FY1 5AA, LancashireGet Directions
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Mon - Sun 9:30am - 4:30pm
Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.
Peter Rabbit™: Explore and Play is an attraction based in Blackpool. It is listed in Interactive Experiences . We have tickets available starting at £9.50.Quick Links: Book tickets View Photos Read Tips Terms & Conditions
This attraction’s designed for families with little ones as it encourages them to use their skills to complete challenges. Older children may find it too simple, so bear that in mind.
The experience takes around 45-minutes in total, so there’s plenty of time to explore the other stuff in the area (there’s loads to pick from).
It’s right on the Blackpool promenade, next to Madame Tussauds. Right in the centre of the action. It’s a hotbed for attractions round there too – there’s Sea Life, Madame Tussauds and the Blackpool Tower Dungeon all within walking distance.
Yes, the venue has been designed to cater for all visitor needs, including to those in wheelchairs. If you (or someone you’re coming with) has a disability, one carer is entitled to enter free of charge.
Opening times are usually 9:30am - 4:30pm, but these can vary so best to check the official site.
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