15th-17th June 2018
Location: Mount Edgcumbe House & Country Park, Cremyll, Torpoint, Cornwall PL10 1HZ
The setting for this gorgeous festival just couldn’t get much more magical than this! Really stunning views and gardens on this beautiful hillside haven of tranquility. Join hundreds of faes and visions of mythical loveliness at this very special event.
Under 7’s are FREE, and there is a Faery School where your little pixies and fairies can learn to hula hoop and take part in all the other lovely activities on offer.
Here are our top picks for 2015!
Whether a festival is good for you depends on what music you’re into and what other things you like doing at festivals, as well as the age of your kids. If you are new to festivals with kids, you may want to read our guide to Choosing the right Family-Friendly Festival.
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A family ticket to 3 Wishes Faery Fest 19th-21st June 2015, Cornwall
Announcing the 2nd annual Festival Kidz Awards!
2014 was a fantastic year for family friendly festivals – we reviewed more than ever before and visited so many that it made judging the awards extremely difficult. If your favourite festival is missing from this list, please feel free to comment below!
The toddler stage is possibly the most difficult age to do festivals, but it doesn’t mean it can’t be done!
For really young kids we recommend small festivals, particularly if you are not an experienced festival-goer or camper. For a successful festival experience with toddlers you need space to run around or relax, less crowds, smaller distances between campsite, arena and carpark, a good selection of child-friendly food and a willingness to take things at your toddler’s pace (see also Naomi’s Top Tips for doing Festivals with Toddlers).
Here are our top picks for 2014!
Now is a great time to start thinking about buying your festival tickets – most of the festivals offer ‘early bird’ prices, which means they are reduced if you book them early.
Whether a festival is good for you depends on what music you’re into and what other things you like doing at festivals, as well as the age of your kids. If you are new to festivals with kids, you may want to read our guide to Choosing the right Family-Friendly Festival. Read more…