- Parks and Playgrounds
- Children's Farms
- Indoor and Soft Play Areas
Suitable for ages: Babies and Toddlers (0-3), Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)
Venue type: Indoor, Outdoor
Based on the magical fantasy book of the same name, Hobbledown is a mystical farm park adventure full of adorable animals and crazy characters! Perfect for kids with a larger than life imagination.
Kids can introduce themselves to the resident creatures known as Hobblers, with furry faced chipmunks and everyone’s favourite meerkats! Plus for any little Peppa Pig fans, there are little piglets who just love to play.
Head outdoors to the wooden adventure play area with secret tunnels, climbing towers, and mazes to get lost in. Next, take a turn on giant swings, dig to Australia in the sand pits or leap onto the jumping pillow! When the weather isn’t so kind, head to the indoor play barn or take part in crafts in the yurt. Then finally, for that essential refuel, go to the Hobnosh restaurant for all kinds of tasty treats.
- Based on a magical fantasy book
- Meet and greet creatures
- Indoor and outdoor play park
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Horton Lane, Epsom, Surrey, KT19 8PT, England
Click here to visit Hobbledown's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Term Time Weekdays: Monday to Thursday 10:00 - 19:00 (or dusk), Friday 10:00 - 20:00 (or dusk)
Term Time Weekends and School Holidays: Monday to Thursday and Sunday 09:00 - 19:00 (or dusk), Friday to Saturday 09:00 - 20:00 (or dusk)
Closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Adults (18+) from before 3pm £11.00, after 3pm £6.50
Kids (2+) from before 3pm £12.00, after 3pm £7.50
Professors (65+) from before 3pm £6.50, after 3pm £4.50
Under 2's: Free
Prices vary depending on season and hour. Please see website for details.
Assistance/Guide Dogs only
review of hobbledown
Written by vera . 06.04.17
my grandson is 2 and although I paid the same price as my granddaughter who is 11 there was many more activities for her age group than his. I didn't feel he got value for money.
Relaxing for adults, healthy outdoor fun for kids
Written by Kate120 . 15.08.17
We've been coming here a couple of times a year since the kids were about 5 and it is one of their favourite places. What they have enjoyed has changed as they get older. These days we tend to install ourselves at a picnic table, give them some boundaries (e.g. tell us if you want to go beyond that gate) & let them roam free while we relax. Surprised someone said there isn't much to do - bouncy pillow, things to climb, tunnels, sandpits, animals to pet and look at and an indoor soft play area plus high ropes course and zorbing balls at peak times. It's true it's not cheap but we're usually there all day with the kids active and happy. I've certainly paid more for less! Lots of places to picnic so you don't have to pay for food but the cafe does some nice meals like meatballs and rice.
Good day out.
Written by Anonymous . 05.03.16
Beautiful place. We went in the cold wet weather but still had a great time. Spent about 3 Hours there. However we did feel there could of been a bit more there for the what we paid to come in. Overall great day out.