We have just a few days to go until we visit Geronimo Festival at Tatton Park. This will be our first time there and our first time at a family festival! Every time I see a new update we get even more excited and I’ve started showing Lucas the website now and planning what we want to see on the day. I read so many great things about the festival at Tatton Park last year, it sounded like a great family day out and it looks likely that this year will be just the same.
There is so much going on I know we won’t see everything so we’ve made a list of our ‘must-see’ attractions and events. Everytime I check the website there is something new added so I hope to see a lot more but these are the things we definitely want to check out.
This was always going to be first on the list! As soon as I saw he would be there I knew that we’d have to go and watch him. He’s performing on the Geronostage twice a day and as we watch Andy’s Dinosaur Adventure most days this is a definite must-see.
I think all the outdoorsy activites will be a big hit with my boys and den building is something we haven’t actually done before. We always see them in woods and they are fascinated – learning to make them themselves will be great fun.
I think this one will be great for the twins who love animals, especially if there are lambs and chicks. I like that there are so many activities I can see them enjoying even at 2 1/2, things to learn and enjoy.
I’m excited about all the circus events going on – I know there is a few on the day and some circus skills too so we’ll hopefully be able to check them all out but the Festival Circus is one I definitely want us to get to. Another thing that we’ve never done with the boys and great that we get to do so much on the one day.
There is a lot happening in the Arena zone over the two days; I do want the catch the jousting but I think this would be the one we’d most want to see, especially my husband who loves birds of prey.
This is a pop up musical installation and I think this will be favourite with the boys who love the chance to make a lot of noise wherever they go. This looks like a lot of fun.
These look amazing! They are giant puppets controlled by a handful of people that walk around in amongst people. I am so looking forward to seeing Dolly the giraffe.
You can see the full list of ‘What’s On‘ on the website and there are a few tickets left for Monday!