Get closer to nature this winter, with Peter Rabbit™ and the National Trust

It’s been a tough year for everyone, but there’s plenty for families to enjoy this Christmas – with the National Trust and Peter Rabbit™. Read on to find out more about the activities you can explore – from your own home, and in Polesden Lacey’s beautiful gardens.

Peter Rabbit™ winter adventure activity trail (for ages 3-5 and 5-9 yrs), £2 per trail plus normal admission.
From December 5 we’re treating you and your little ones to the magic of an exclusive National Trust Peter Rabbit™ winter adventure activity trail, in partnership with Penguin Random House UK.
Set in the gardens at Polesden Lacey in Great Bookham, kids can pick up a trail pack (£2) and help Peter Rabbit’s friends prepare for the winter months. Young nature adventurers will find themselves lending a hand to some of Beatrix Potter’s best-loved characters, including Squirrel Nutkin and Jemima Puddle-Duck. There are clues to solve, nature-themed challenges to try, and a Peter Rabbit selfie station where everyone can take a picture with their favourite storybook rabbit.

Each trail pack includes an activity sheet, pencil, badge, certificate, and additional play pack to take home. There are tasks to suit both 3 -5 year olds and 5 – 9 year olds.
Booking your visit

The trail will be available from December 5th to January 3rd. To avoid disappointment, please book your visit in advance. Booking is essential on weekends, during school holidays and on bank holidays. Every Friday we release new tickets for the following week.

Peter Rabbit™ at-home activity packs
There’s more Peter Rabbit fun to enjoy this winter, from the comfort of your own home. The National Trust and Penguin Random House UK have rustled up a series of downloadable activity packs, inspired by popular characters from Beatrix Potter tales. Help Peter Rabbit find his buttons, make a home in your garden for Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle, rustle-up a yummy recipe from Flopsy, Mopsy and Cotton-tail, and listen to stories from Beatrix Potter’s home, Hill Top. Plus, there’s puzzles, colouring sheets, spot the difference and more fun things to make and do.

Discover the five new packs as they’re released from November to January here.

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