Arley Hall: 25th – 28th May 2018
Today we went along to Geronimofest for the very first time. We didn’t really know what to expect and truly could not believe the sheer size of the festival, and the amount of activities included.
We had to walk past the donkeys on the way in so, of course, my little one couldn’t resist a little ride on adorable donkey called Max.
This was immediately followed by a ride on a lovely, traditional wooden helter skelter.
There is so much going on, all at the same time, all of the family want to go on different things or try a different activity.
We couldn’t even decide what to choose for lunch. There are plenty of things to choose from including pizza, noddles, hot dogs, burgers, duck wraps, crepes and a fruit stand. When we decided, we sat down to be entertained by Justin Fletcher and his group singing and dancing. My son didn’t eat his dinner he was so excited. Not long after he was, once again, speechless when two of his favourite characters, Cook and Line, came on stage.
Here are just a few of the activities you can expect to see: –
- Performances from music stars and children’s TV characters (Justin Fletcher, Cook & Line) – acts vary on different days.
- Bouncy Castles
- Climbing Wall
- Craft Areas
- Science Displays
- Giant Tortoises
- Face painting
- Crazy Golf
- Interactive Pac-Man
- Stunt Bikes
- Tumble Tots
- Sand Pit with deck chairs (for parents to rest up :-D)
- Milkshake/ Smoothie Bar
- Inflatable Assault Course
- Stalls/ Games
The whole set up at Geronimofest is unbelievably well organised from the parking, to the ticket arrivals.
We could have stayed a lot longer, we all had such an amazing time. I would definitely recommend Geronimofest for a wonderful family day out. You can guarantee the whole family will come home exhilarated and exhausted.
Don’t miss your chance to buy tickets to the event, and get in quick to get your 241 on tickets for Monday here