BeWILDerwood is an wonderful, award winning, forest of family fun an adventure based in Norfolk. Its a magical place for small and big children alike.

From the moment we arrived I was sucked into this world of Twiggles (tree-dwellers) and Boggles (marsh-dwellers). Walking through the forest to start out adventure, spotting Twiggles houses and keeping a look out for Crocklebogs, Scarlett couldn’t contain her excitement. This land of mystery creatures and magical stories had her captivated from the outset.


We started our adventure with the story telling. I loved how the children were given costumes to wear and encouraged to come on stage and join in with the tale. It was clear to see from the start customer enjoyment and involvement was at the heart of all BeWILDerwood strive to offer.

After we learnt all about the Mildred the Crocklebog, Far Tree and Thornyclod the Spider it was time to head into the forest and find them.

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As a family we LOVED BeWILDerwood, it was the perfect venue for a family adventure. Scarlett loved the Broken Bridge, The Essex Husband loved sending me the wring way in the Maze (meanie), Orlaith loved the Treehouses and I was a huge fan of the ziplines.

A day pass for a family of 4 will cost you around £50. For six hours (we got there at 10.30am and were dragging out tired legs home at 4,30pm) of non-stop outdoor, action-packed, family fun, I say that is a bargain.

To end out day we took the boat back to the entrance, spotting the Twiggle village and teepee camp on out journey, and took a quick look round the gift shop before bidding a fond farewell to our new favorite place. But not for long hopefully, we cant wait to go back.



We were given a complimentary family pass to this attraction but all views are our own.

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18 Thoughts on “BeWILDerwood – A Norfolk Treehouse Adventure

  1. Lauren on October 22, 2013 at 5:33 pm said:

    I knew you would love it! Well done for braving the heights. I couldn’t manage it xx

    • AnEssexWife on October 22, 2013 at 5:45 pm said:

      I cant wait to go back!! Its amazing. Was so grateful for the free tickets but would happily pay full price to go again x

  2. lucy at dear beautiful on October 23, 2013 at 7:37 am said:

    Bewilderwood is on our to do list for next year once we have both kiddos up on their feet and big enough to enjoy it. Can’t wait. It looks brilliant. And it looks like you guys had a fantastic day. X

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  4. Erica Price on October 26, 2013 at 8:45 am said:

    That looks like a magical place to visit.

  5. Loubelle on October 26, 2013 at 12:52 pm said:

    Wow. What a fabulous day out. I know my lot (and me) would love this :-)

  6. The Mummy Diary on October 26, 2013 at 3:50 pm said:

    That looks brilliant, love the tree houses.

  7. Sara (@mumturnedmom) on October 26, 2013 at 4:54 pm said:

    That really does look fabulous! What amazing fun – they do seem to have created a real adventure for the kids :) #CountryKids

  8. pinkoddy on October 26, 2013 at 7:42 pm said:

    Sounds and looks a great day out. We like fun filled days. I like the story telling/dressing up idea.

  9. This place looks like a gem! My daughter would love this place. If only it weren’t that far away from where we live! Stopping over from #country kids.

  10. Coombe Mill - Fiona on October 27, 2013 at 11:24 am said:

    It such a magical and fun place to visit for children and adults alike. It looks like you also had a lovely dry day for your adventure and I’m sure you all had fun exploring. Thanks for linking up and sharing your outdoor fun with Country Kids.

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