Which type of membership would suit you best?
Total cost and the equivalent cost per month
|Member Type||Anytime Pass||Sometime Pass|
|Scholar (Adult 18+)||£85||£75|
|Hobbling (Child 2+)||£105||£85|
|Hoddler (Under 2’s)||FREE (until their 2nd Birthday)||FREE (until their 2nd Birthday)|
|Professor (over 65)||£70||£60|
|Special Hobblings and Carer ( Disabled)||£70||£60|
If you want to make your adult membership transferable, you can add two additional named adults on to your membership for £25 a year. They can then take the place of the main adult. Please note only one adult may gain entry at any one time.
Payment options for your annual pass:
Pay In Full
Memberships are set up and paid for in full onsite or online.
If you pay upfront you get a month free! The membership will run for 13 months instead of 12.
Memberships are set up and paid for online only by Direct Debit.
Please note: The offer is not valid for new passes paying by Direct Debit
Ticket refund: If you decide to purchase your annual pass after visiting for the day, we will refund the cost of your day ticket for you.
If purchasing your membership on site while you visit, we will issue the refund that day.
Alternatively if you purchase your membership online having visited that Hobbledown that day, please forward us the confirmation email of your day ticket (no later than midnight of the day of your visit) to email@example.com and we will refund it.
Read what some happy customers have to say
A sunny day and blue skies provided the perfect backdrop for an exciting Year 2 Summer Term trip to Hobbledown. The focus of the trip was to extend scientific learning about animal groups, in particular, vertebrates and invertebrates. The highlight of the day was the mini-beast workshop where alongside learning new and fascinating facts about the creatures, the children got the chance to construct a giant snail habitat as well as carefully handling a variety of mini-beasts and insects. The children explored the mythical world created at Hobbledown which is based on the book by A C Kecojevic. Year 2 are reading this tale as a year group to help develop their creative writing skills.