Win a Family Ticket to The World of Beatrix Potter

The World of Beatrix Potter is a vibrant family attraction based in the heart of Bowness-on-Windermere in the English Lake District. Visitors can explore the enchanting world that Beatrix Potter created in her little books as all 23 of the famous tales are brought to life, recreating the beautiful Lake District countryside complete with sights, sounds and smells.

World of Beatrix Potter attractionThere’s chance to meet your favourite characters including Peter Rabbit, Mrs Tiggy-winkle and Jemima Puddle-Duck and step into Peter’s Garden to see the cos lettuces that Benjamin Bunny nibbled on and the gooseberry bush where Peter got caught in a net as he tried to escape Mr. McGregor.

With free activity sheets for kids, a superb themed family friendly café and a world famous gift shop, everyone can enjoy a bit of Beatrix Potter magic, whatever the weather!
In summer 2016, to celebrate Beatrix Potter’s 150th anniversary, the World of Beatrix Potter Attraction will be showing the world premiere of the unique new stage show, ‘Where is Peter Rabbit?’. Inspired by the wonderful stories, this musical adventure brings to life Beatrix Potter’s favourite characters in a not to be missed visual spectacular. Visitors can enjoy special ticket packages including breakfast or afternoon tea with Peter Rabbit himself!

BPDocHeaderTo win a family ticket worth £20, just fill in the Gleam form below and don’t forget to enter my other Beatrix Potter giveaways to win 4 tickets to Peter Rabbit Playground at Willows Farm and a Peter Rabbit baby bundle worth £48!

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  1. ashleigh allan says:

    I remember my mum reading me the stories when I was little!

  2. laura banks says:

    going on school trips at primary school to beatrix world

  3. Hannah Smith says:

    I always remember being read Beatrix Potter stories at my grandparents, they had the complete set!

  4. My parents used to read the books to me when i was a child,I also had a Peter Rabbit duvet cover

  5. Alexandra McGahey says:

    I remember when I was a little girl and my Great Aunt, who is called Jemima bought me a lovely set of Beatrix Potter stories with a teacup and saucer set. My favourite character was always Jemima Puddleduck after that and whenever I read them I would always think of my Auntie Mima 🙂

  6. Kerry Locke says:

    My mum used to read me the tales before bedtime

  7. says:

    i remember my nanna’s figurines

  8. holly edmudson says:

    my memory is when i was little and going to the lakes on holiday and going to the world of beatrix potter and also i was lucky enough to go to beatrix potter house xx

  9. Claire Elizabeth Noke says:

    when my great-grandma gave me a knitted peter rabbit at easter one year… I loved him and still have him in my dads loft! x x

  10. joanna butler-savage says:

    my dad making me hot milk and honey in my favourite peter rabbit cup when i was ill

  11. nicola clarkson says:

    I remember receiving a jigsaw for my 5th birthday, which I loved.

  12. Andrea Fletcher says:

    My mum reading the books to me as a child.

  13. Gemma Boyle says:

    Reading the books with my nan in my Peter rabbit duvet.

  14. Harley says:

    Love my mum reading our Peter rabbit treasury at bedtimes X

  15. My grab used to read me Beatrix Potter stories when I stayed at her house
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  16. Suzanne Gaulton says:

    Bedtime stories about that naughty little bunny – I used to love them when I was little and remember my Mum reading them all to me.

  17. Rachel Carter says:

    my mum always used to read me the Beatrix Potter stories at bedtime. I loved them x

  18. linda curtis says:

    getting easter eggs as a child with mini figures in made me a huge fan

  19. Victoria Lovell says:

    I used to read the books when I was little. I now read them to my son and he loves watching the animated show too.

  20. katrina walsh says:

    I remember always reading the Mrs Tiggy winkle story as I thought her little woodland home looked and sounded like the cosiest place in the world

  21. Sharon says:

    I remember looking and the pictures in the books and telling the stories to myself! xx

  22. reading the books as a kid
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  23. MANDY DOHERTY says:

    Reading the books to my daughter x

  24. Rich Tyler says:

    Reading peter rabbit to my little boy for the first time

  25. Sheila Sloan says:

    Being given a Peter Rabbit plate and cup for my daughter as a christening present.

  26. Rachel Butterworth says:

    I remember my Grandma reading the books to me, and now I read them to my nephews and niece.

  27. donna l jones says:

    reading the books at bedtime

  28. Lyndsey says:

    reading the books

  29. Penelope Hewitt says:

    I can remember my mum reading me the books, then reading them myself and now reading them to my son (they are still the same set of books)

  30. Victoria B says:

    I remember going upstairs at my Great Aunt and Uncle’s finding these beautifully illustrated books and fell in love then, before even reading the stories.

  31. Alice Fox says:

    It reminds me of my nan, she used to read it to me xx

  32. Tracy Gladman says:

    I can remember being read the Peter Rabbit books when I was little.

  33. kirsty szekeres says:

    Being bought a set of the small books! I used to read them over and over again

  34. Pam Francis Gregory says:

    Loved reading the books as a little child

  35. leigh boyle says:

    my mum reading when i was little at bed time xx

  36. Danika Grace Lloyd says:

    my husband buying me a little beanie on a rip to the Lakes when we were teens

  37. claire little says:

    i love reading them to my kids

  38. Simon G says:

    My grandma reading them to me

  39. betony bennett says:

    A fond memory of the books is that we only had them at my grandparents house 🙂

  40. lynn neal says:

    Reading the books to my daughter when she was little and now I can read them to my granddaughter!

  41. Philip Underwood says:

    My mum used to read the stories to me and my sisters.

  42. Niki Clifton says:

    I remember reading the books as a child & my favourite character tale was The Tale of Samuel Whiskers i remember being so shocked when the rats tied him up in string to eat him

  43. Dressing up as Jemima Puddleduck at school, I loved her!

  44. Michelle Buckle says:

    Oh naughty Peter Rabbit stories

  45. Petra Hora says:

    Working as a nanny for lovely family in Dorking and every evening reading Beatrix Potter books to ”my” kids. I didn’t know much English then but I learnt so much from those books.

  46. Christine Reid says:

    I always loved the books especially Peter Rabbit

  47. Samantha Loughlin says:

    My nan reading me story’s when I was tiny

  48. Adrian Bold says:

    I don’t have a memory as It wasn’t something I had as a child.

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