A TERRIBLE THING HAS HAPPENED!
Our witch-in-training has turned our baby sheep Pumpkin into a real pumpkin!
She needs your help in collecting all the ingredients needed to brew the potion that would turn our beloved Pumpkin back into his true self.
But don’t worry, you’re not alone! Our magical farm creatures* have volunteered to assist you. Together with our young witch, you’ll walk around the farm to uncover the secrets they hold.
*Our ducks, chickens, rabbits, sheep, goats, alpacas, horses, and cow. Oh, and our beloved Ava-the-Werewolf of course!
REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY!
✨ This potion hunt is more suitable for witches and wizards aged 5 and up, but everyone is welcome!
✨ All young witches and wizards must be accompanied and supervised by an experienced sorcerer
✨ Everyone should be comfortable with magical free-range farm creatures
✨ This activity lasts between 45 minutes and 1 hour
✨ Timely arrival is required. Any delay will cause missed ingredients and a malfunctioning potion.
✨ Each potion hunt has a maximum capacity of 25 sorcerers.
✨ Saturdays and Sundays in October (until October 16) at 4:30 PM.
✨ Monday October 10 at 4:30 PM.
✨ After October 16, weather-permitting.
Registration and Prices
✨ Please register online.
✨ One ticket per witch, wizard or accompanying sorcerer (ages 2 & up) is required.
✨ A ticket costs $15 (tax included).
What to Wear
✨ Costumes are encouraged but not required.
✨ Enchanted waterproof boots are recommended.
✨ We suggest wearing a (wizard or witch) hat as it provides not only extra magic but also protection from tiny unwanted flying creatures.
✨ Given the conditions at the farm, please be prepared that your costume, boots, and hat might get dirty.
✨ For baby witches and wizards, we recommend using a carrier (front or back). Strollers have been cursed and cannot be used at the farm.
What to Bring
✨ For feeding our ducks, you can bring raw veggies & fruits cut into tiny pieces. Ducks love lettuce, cucumbers, apples, cabbage, broccoli, and leafy greens.
✨ For feeding our bunnies, goats, sheep, alpacas, cow, and horses you can bring raw veggies & fruits cut into big pieces. These animals love carrots, celery, lettuce, apples, cabbage, broccoli, and leafy greens. Do not feed goats cucumbers or zucchini.
The potion hunt awaits you!
Click here for the address and directions for your broom
Includes Farm Tours Payment and Cancellation Policy
- Brand: Project PACE
- Product Code:TOUR-2022
- Availability:In Stock
- Ex Tax:13.05CAD