As well as fun in the Forbidden Mansion, each month visitors will will face a new challenge to solve within the Mansion, set by the butler himself. Great fun for all the family.
The new building resembles a pumping station from the Victorian era complete with towering chimney and working waterwheel. Clad entirely in brick, the building features large arched windows, a massive galleried shop with large pictures depicting past industrial heritage and a vaulted restaurant.
Landscaped grounds surround the complex with a new train station serving the existing miniature railway. Visitors can board the train to Porterswick Junction and discover a real Hobbits House and Beech Hedge Maze, or try the exciting “Xplorer’s Path Challenge”, following a trail of devious clues around the park.
Hidden Valley is now the perfect place to visit if you want to try something different, even if it rains as much is undercover. Group bookings are welcome, school visits, family gatherings, team building, birthday parties, special occasions all catered for.
Both the restaurant and shop are open to anyone without having to enter the park, so why not look in for a coffee and a bite to eat. The park is open 7 days a week until the end of September, 10am until 5pm. In October half term it will hold its Halloween spooktacular in the mansion, and then in December a Victorian Christmas.