Skip to Content

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm

AD | I have been or could be if you click on a link in this post compensated via a cash payment, gift or something else of value for writing this post. See our full disclosure policy and privacy policy for more details.

Today we visited the Cheshire Ice Cream Farm to take part in their Elf Adventure Challenge.  The premise is simple, they invite you to “Come and learn what it takes to be a Christmas Elf with fun, challenges and Christmas spirit for the whole family”

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

We had a slot at 10.40 and they ask you to arrive ten minutes before hand to sign in.  We probably started the experience at 10.45 and the whole adventure takes around 40 minutes.

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The adventure starts with a little film about what is to come and then you are taken into a room to meet Pümpaå Elf for your first challenge.  You are asked to all sit on the floor, given a large box covered in lights and then as a family team you build a mecanno style robot, as the clock counts down.  The elves really help you get into the swing of things, even photo bombing!

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

There are a series of challenges as you move through 3 rooms including a reindeer race (where some of the reindeers definitely run quicker than others!).

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The challenge finishes with a medal making challenge. None of it is too difficult for the older kids, or too hard for the parents if they are helping. It’s quite fast paced to get you through everything but does flow, the kids faces at times were worth going for too!

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The slight downside for me was the price. At £8 a head including paying for each participating adult the cost really can add up, although a family ticket for 4 is available for £28 and therefore it would have cost us £36.  Tickets available here.

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The obvious upside of  an activity based at the Ice Cream Farm is however the fantastic (and free) outdoor playground they upgraded last year. For more on the playground see our earlier review, it is also an excellent place to go in Winter as even though it is very cold on the plains down there it is significantly quieter and still as fun.  We just wrap up warm, these new merino wool t-shirts from Three Bags Full are superb, so very cute for this time of year and keep them extra warm when its cold but allow them to breathe when they go inside. Lily’s navy one is a personal favourite of mine.

My three LOVE the tree when it spits out snow (all year round) and they also adore the spinning chairs!

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

New Bobux Boots which we love!

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

Just as we were about to finish our ice creams (you have to regardless of the weather and my fave is Sticky Toffee Pudding) and leave Santa arrived at 1pm on his sleigh with his reindeer. Perfect end to the morning.

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

The Elf Adventure Challenge at Cheshire Ice Cream Farm www.minitravellers.co.uk

NB: We were invited to review the Elf Adventure Challenge but all views and opinions are my own.

If you have enjoyed this post and found it useful, here are some ways you can say thanks and support Mini Travellers:
1 - Join our Reviews and Recommendations Facebook Group here which includes lots of ideas for things to do - you can post your own recommendations too.
2 - Buy our debut novel for boys and girls ages 7-11 The Little Museum (an exciting adventure set in France)
3 - Click here to leave Mini Travellers a Google Review.
4 - Share this post with your friends
5 - Follow Mini Travellers on the following platforms :
Facebook
Twitter
Instagram
Thank you for your support as always.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Jo Addison

Saturday 3rd of December 2016

This looks like such a good day out, and I've never heard about learning how to be an elf before! I love the photo of the girls with the elf!

Katie Haydock

Wednesday 30th of November 2016

I'm SO jealous you saw the reindeer. My lot wanted to rush off. Gorgeous snaps xXx

Notmyyearoff

Monday 28th of November 2016

Oh look at the reindeer! I've never been to the ice cream farm but that's twice today I've seen photos of it. I think I need to visit...for my 5 year old, and partially me!

barjerow

Monday 28th of November 2016

That all sounds very exciting, I think I'd love to learn how to be an elf!

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.