You can do Water Wars and Water Battles but I'd advise you to do both at the same time and bring spare clothes and towels because you are going to get very wet!
We arrived at Hatton just before lunch and had a walk around the animals, played on the helter skelter and had a picnic before attempting the water events.
The first event was Water Wars and my other half and the kids were first in line. You work as a team and fire water filled balloons at your opponent. The result is that you have lots of fun and get wet in the process.
Then it was onto the battle field where you fill up your water pistol and fire at will, there are hay bales to hide behind too. Everyone had loads of fun and got really really wet!
Here is a short video highlighting the fun we had.
I was talking to some other mum's there and they agreed that these two new additions were fantastic for the summer and that it was definitely worth a visit. The kids had loads of fun and because I'd brought towels and spare clothes they were able to get dried off afterwards to enjoy the rest of the farm.
The Little Man really enjoyed the pedal JCB's and the fairground rides.
They all liked the gold panning where they exchange their pieces of gold for a medal.
There is so much to do at Hatton Adventure world, including sand play, parks, slides, bouncy castles, zip line, picking peas (and other seasonal vegetables) magic and puppet shows, indoor play, picnic areas, restaurant and cafe's. Then of course you have the farm animals.
There are also the indoor reptiles and the amazing guinea pig village. The children are actively encouraged to pet the animals at certain times. Boo feel in love with this particular guinea pig.
There is also a regular falconry display which proves to be really popular. We've seen it before so we missed it this time but only because we had so much else to do.
When the kids get older I'm pretty sure they will enjoy the lazer combat, we were watching while the kids were on the slide and it looks great fun. You can also go for a ride around the farm in an army truck.
Hatton Adventure World is one of our favourite places to visit. It's not far from us too being in Warwick and really not far from the M40.
Tickets are £14.95 each (basic price) but you can save up to 25% by booking online.
Everything is included in the price, rides, bouncy castles, water wars, laser combat etc. There are extra charges for food and drink but you are welcome to bring a picnic and there are lots of picnic areas.
I'd recommend Hatton Adventure World to all my friends and family, it really is a great place to visit.
That's not all though, adjoining the Adventure World is Hatton Shopping Village with lovely quaint shops. You have to stop by the sweet shop! You can also buy shoes, bags, clothes, antiques, food and there is a fantastic garden centre...to name just a few places. There is no entry fee to the shopping village so it's worth a visit. I keep saying that we'll go without the kids one day.
Disclosure - We were given free admission to Hatton Adventure World to try out the new Water Wars and Water Battles, all thoughts and opinions are my own.