Family Fun Day taking place among the stunning Rhododendrons of Stody


Another magical day at Stody's beautiful gardens awaits Norfolk's youngsters on Sunday 5th May. No official sightings have been made but we have it on good authority that the thousands of flowers lining its woodland pathways are home to plenty of pixies and fairies, as well as the odd naughty pirate hiding their treasure.

A wide range of activities and farmyard animals - both the cuddly and not so cuddly variety - will be available for everyone to enjoy. There will be a brilliant Fun Dog Show, exciting treasure hunt and traditional fete games on the lawn.

Ice-creams and delicious treats will be on offer as well as the full run of technicolour gardens and wide open spaces. The rhododendrons are perfect for making dens and exploring whilst carers and family can relax and enjoy the garden's wonderful colours.
The Fun Dog Show classes will be announced in due course but all are welcome to show off their favourite pooch.

Entrance is free for under 12s. Adults £9 each. Tickets an be bought via Ticketsource.

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Map & Directions

The Stody Family Fun Day

Type:Animal Event

Stody Estate, Stody, Norfolk, NR24 2ER

Tel: 01263 860 572

Opening Times

Season (5 May 2024)
Sunday13:00 - 17:00

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