Tulleys believe in bringing people together... They do this by creating unique entertainment experiences for families, adults and groups, that unite great design with exceptional talent and create lasting memories. They have some of the country’s best Escape Rooms with four elaborately themed rooms, set in a relaxed environment with a licensed bar and lounge.
Seasonal attractions are spearheaded by Europe's largest Scream Park - Tulleys Shocktober Fest! Followed by the family friendly and fun packed Spook Fest. Recently, they returned to their Pick Your Own roots with Pumpkins running through October half term.
As the seasons change, the Farm is transformed to accommodate the ever-growing Christmas Experience, bringing fun and magical memories to the festive season including visits to Father Christmas and Ice Skating.
In addition, they have the Tulleys Tea Room serving a range of delicious hot and cold food, cakes and drinks- with the spacious garden, play area and Animal Patch to keep children entertained.
Tulleys Farm is also a superb and versatile venue for corporate events, summer parties, meetings, private gatherings.
Ready for a Tulleys Escape Room Experience? It all began in the year of 1971.
After years of having the farm's roots firmly planted in food production, Tulleys founder, Bernard Austin Beare found himself at the forefront of technological advances – and so, the Frame Acceptance and Rejection Model was formed. Using the acronym FARM, the new facility had a central Artificial Intelligence system to observe the cognitive function of human beings, in order to further understand inter-human dynamics.
In the beginning, progress was slow. Testing was done using the A.I. on a large main frame computer - on site, but results were less than satisfying - until a new, groundbreaking platform emerged, now known as "the internet". As a result, the FARM's potential became unstoppable, and their search for knowledge unchallenged. It wasn't long until their quest for answers became conclusive… Humans are a threat to themselves. They must be controlled. For their own good…
And so the testing continues until the equilibrium is achieved.