Meet Giant Snakes at Hatton Adventure World!

Hatton Adventure World is inviting visitors to come and meet a selection of giant snakes when it hosts its February Frolics activities during the half term from 16 - 24 February. Visitors can get up close and handle a Macklot Python, Boa Constrictors, Blood Pythons, Reticulated Pythons, Burmese Pythons, a red Tegu and black & white Tegu. The snakes range in size from 5 feet to 16 feet in length! The handling sessions will take place three times a day plus visitors can enjoy an interactive talk from snake experts.

Hatton Adventure World covers some 100 acres and is home to over 450 creatures, great and small. The entry all-inclusive price takes away the worry of finding any hidden extras as all activities are included. In addition to the snakes, there will also be jumping, swinging and slip-sliding fun in Snorty's Superslide Mania, the opportunity to feed the farm animals, animal crafts, funfair rides, seeing the Masters of the Skies in the spectacular falconry displays, farmyard bingo and the chance to watch thrilling Puppet and Magic Shows in the family theatre which each run twice a day.
For older children there's also a packed programme of activities including three outdoor Laser Combat challenges; Death Match, Domination and Capture the Flag! Visitors can also see other exotic animals in Scales and Tails and watch goats in the outdoor Farm Yard.
Carron Smith, Marketing Manager at Hatton Adventure World said "We have a fantastic range of activities on offer this half term especially with the opportunity to see and handle these spectacular giant snakes. Many of our activities are under cover so a day out at Hatton is a great way to keep children entertained whatever the weather!"
Visitors can book online at Tickets are available now with an early booking online discount. Hatton Adventure World is open every day throughout the year (excluding Christmas Day and Boxing Day) from 10am to 5.30pm. For more information please visit the website at or telephone 01926 843411

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