Tumblestone Hollow is a magical and fantastical playground in the Oxfordshire countryside. Set in the stunning grounds of the historic Stonor House, Tumblestone Hollow is an extensive adventure playground based on the stories by Amy Sparkes.
A place where children can embrace their imaginations and run wild in a natural play space. It has a lovely old-world charm about it with gorgeous ramshackle tree houses, it’s the perfect place to let loose and embrace childhood for a few hours.
Tickets are booked in advance. Adults and children over 105cm are £9. Children under 92cm are free and carers receive a complimentary ticket (evidence required). Tickets are timed and you have a maximum time of three hours in the playground. This ticket price is for is for Tumblestone Hollow only and doesn’t include entry to Stonor House.
Parking is included and disabled parking is near the entrance. The one thing I would say about accessibility is that it is built on a hill so it is steep in some places and uneven in others. It is a little bit of a walk up hill from the car park to the playground, and not without effort! There is a smaller play area for younger children, which is good as smaller children or those with mobility issues could struggle with the main climbing frames.
We had a lovely afternoon at Tumblestone Hollow on a warm, sunny day and three hours was enough. The littluns played until they were shattered then we went into the woodland to the Rumble Hut and ate wood-fired pizza under a tree. It was quite lovely! The pizza was delicious and are made to order so expect a wait at busy times. We waited 30 minutes for fresh pizza and paid around £13.
Tumblestone Hollow have their Easter Trail between 9th and 24th April 2022. Children’s tickets are £11.50 and include a treat at the end of the trail.
Tumblestone Hollow is so much fun! I love all the climbing frames and we had so many adventures.Arabella, age 9
I liked climbing up really high and making a den in the woods. I liked the pizza too!Eden, age 7