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Picking Patch is back at Bickton Manor Farm, between Salisbury & Bournemouth, on the edge of the New Forest.
Hosting an A-maize-ing event full of fun for all the family! This year Aladdin and the Genie take centre stage, with an interactive adventure in our maze, featuring 8 points of interest and QR quiz with 16 questions to get the mind ticking!
Stroll through our beautiful Sunflower field and pick your favourites from our 9 varieties to take home, pose for a photo in the wildflowers and weave your way through our bee trail, take a moment to get crafty with us in our craft tent!
Take a rest and refreshment with ice creams, coffee, and food to purchase on site.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Ticket||£8.50 per ticket|
£8.50 per person
£30.00 group ticket - admits 4 people
2yrs and under go free
We're located on the A338 between Ringwood and Downton on the edge of the New Forest SP6 2HA
For accurate gate location use - What Three Words - cross.systems.linguists
X3 bus stops right outside! Check Salisbury reds website for timetables for the X3 bus – Ask the driver to stop at the Picking Patch
|Season (13 Aug 2022 - 29 Aug 2022)|
|Monday - Sunday||09:30||- 17:30|
* We are open from 9:30am to 5:30pm (Last entry 4:00pm)
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