Knebworth Dinosaur Trail & Adventure Playground will be open on various days between 24th March and 30th September 2018, please check our Opening Times before your visit
Family fun in the Gardens
There is so much to do in the Gardens offering great fun for all ages. Children under 3 years of age are admitted to the Gardens and Park free of charge.
Explore the Maze – can you find the animal statue resting in the middle?
Venture into the Wilderness Garden – look out for the Willow House.
Try some brass rubbings
Listen to the wind-up sound box and identify the wild birds from their song
Our famous Dinosaur Trail in the Wilderness Garden is very popular with younger visitors. The 70 life-sized dinosaurs and prehistoric creatures can be found grazing amongst the shrubbery. Exploring the woodland paths, children can learn about the T-Rex, the Woolly Mammoth and other fascinating pre-historic creatures. There are information boards throughout the Dinosaur Trail and a huge chalk board for creating your own ‘cave-man drawings’. Look out for the wind-up sound box and make some dinosaur roars.
The Adventure Playground is a favourite destination for our younger visitors. Children can play all day on the swings, slides and play equipment. There is also a zip wire and a new bouncy castle, plus a trim trail for grown-ups. Have fun with the interactive splash-play water features.
The Playground’s cash-only kiosk serves drinks and ice-creams. Please feel free to bring a picnic and enjoy the Park. Large covered picnic shelters are provided for visitors to use. There is plenty of space for car and coach parking near the Adventure Playground and in the barns car park. Well-behaved dogs on leads are welcome in the Park and Adventure Playground, but please do not take your dog into Fort Knebworth.
Day and Event Tickets can be purchased in advance by clicking here. Please check the Visiting page for details of opening times and days.
- Enjoy the Astro Slide and tackle the Drop Slide (height restrictions apply, 1.2m).
- Pump the seesaw to make the water-play equipment splash.
- Climb and scramble around Fort Knebworth.