Peter Rabbit Activity Trail at Beningbrough Hall: A Mumbler review December 2020
Guest Review by Local Mumbler, Jane
York Mumbler Jane and her 7-year-old daughter visited Beningbrough Hall to complete the Peter Rabbit Activity Trail last weekend. Find out what they thought about it in their review.
Beningbrough Hall is a hosting Peter Rabbit Activity Trail around its gardens. A goody bag is only £2 per child (card payments only) whilst stocks last. You get an activity sheet, pencil, certificate, badge and play pack.
The trail has been created in partnership with Penguin Random House UK and their support helps the National Trust continue to look after Beatix Potter’s legacy in the Lake District.
A fun trail for all ages
We had great fun on this trail around the gardens and grounds of Beningbrough all which is suitable for children of all ages. My daughter is 7 and had really enjoyed it. There were 10 characters to find, and additional questions to find out the answers to from reading the boards. Plus a little fun activity, like ‘hop to the next board’ was included on each sign. We also saw plenty of toddlers really enjoying looking for the clues whilst jumping in muddy puddles, so it works well across the age ranges.
The Beatrix Potter characters are nicely spread out throughout the grounds but also fairly easy to discover – we have done a couple of National Trust trails where we walked around A LOT trying to find everything, so on a chilly winter day I was quite thankful not to have to walk around in circles for 3 hours! 😂
The completed trail!
There is a nice touch at the end where you can take your photo to congratulate yourself for finishing the trail! Or in my daughter’s case, an opportunity to pose! The pack is really great too and who doesn’t love a badge!