Switch on to wildlife and join ‘Hootz’ the owl and journey your way around his magical WILD world for a great day of adventure play…nature’s way!

Enjoy an epic indoor adventure and engage with the natural world whatever as you journey your way across rope bridges, scuttle up ginormous tree towers and race your way down winding slides as Hootz welcomes you to his magical wild world! In fine weather, you can swoop like a falcon, scramble like a spider and dig like a mole as you discover underground burrows, zip wires, a shallow stream to splash through and an assault course in the trees with adventure play, nature’s way in WildRootz. Become a bug detective on the Bug Walk, find the camouflaged mirrors and build a den! Voted Norfolk’s Best Large Attraction 2014 and 2015, Pensthorpe Natural Park is a fabulous day out for the whole family.


  • Oct20

    Trick or Tweet! at Pensthorpe Natural Park

    Trick or Tweet!

    Friday 20th – Sunday 29th October

    Discover the grim & gruesome side of nature…

    This October half term, tiptoe your way to Pensthorpe (avoiding the pumpkins and grave stones) for a spooktacular day of all things creepy, shivery and mysterious…

    There’ll be spooky craft making and a creepy crawly trail to get you in the mood for a really exciting Halloween! Don’t worry, there’s nothing too scary here, so it’s suitable for all ages.

    The extra activities for this event are included in the standard admission price.

  • Dec20Jan3

    Hibern8 at Pensthorpe Natural Park


    Wednesday 20th December – Wednesday 3rd January

    Discover nature’s winter tales…

    Visit Pensthorpe this Christmas holidays and find out more about the animals that tuck themselves away for a long winters sleep…

    There’ll be craft making and a wintery trail to keep you busy and warm.

    The extra activities for this event are included in the standard admission price.

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