How Does it All Work?

We run our sessions in blocks of 3 hours - some of our funfairs have 2 sessions per day and some have 3 sessions per day, please check our locations to confirm the sessions available.

As our name suggests we always hold our Indoor Funfairs...INDOORS! This means that no matter what the weather outside it won't ruin your plans or dampen your spirits, your day won't be affected by the elements!

Once you buy a riding wristband you have 3 hours unlimited access to the rides suitable for you during the session. If you do not wish to ride you can enter the funfair as a spectator, as the name suggests you are unable to gain access to the rides but if you wish to upgrade your spectator wristband to a riding wristband you can return to the ticket desk to upgrade for £8. Under 2's enter the funfair for free. There are limited rides for this age group due to health and safety so please check ride restrictions prior to booking tickets. There must be someone in the party with a riding wristband to allow the under 2 entrant to gain access to the rides that are available to them.

Doors will open 30 minutes prior to session start time and you can either purchase tickets beforehand for your chosen day and session or just pay on the day cash or card. We do occasionally sell out on certain sessions so we do advise pre-booking to guarantee your entry into the fair. 

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Autism Friendly Sessions

Depending on dates and venues we try to include an Autism Friendly Session at each of our funfairs. We receive great feedback from these sessions and detailed below are the measures that we take to ensure the funfair is as accessible as possible for those with Autism or other Sensory Needs. These sessions are open to all so please ensure you book the correct session and time for you and your families requirements.

Doors will open 30 minutes prior to session start time to reduce queue times.

The Main Hall lights will remain on.

Music will be lowered dramatically.

Rides will be slowed where possible.

Ride lights will be turned off where possible.

We will have quiet areas available for time out and chill out away from the funfair.

We are a funfair so it is important that we retain as much of the magic and fun of the fair as we can for those coming to visit us, we are limited to what we are able to offer but hope that above is enough to make the funfair more accessible to those with Autism or Sensory Needs.