Fairy Tale Farm at Coggeshall

Posted 7/9/21

Coggeshall Farm Museum’s “fairy Tale Farm” is a new four-week immersive summer theatrical experience that will give guests the whole story of what happened after "happily ever …

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Fairy Tale Farm at Coggeshall

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Coggeshall Farm Museum’s “fairy Tale Farm” is a new four-week immersive summer theatrical experience that will give guests the whole story of what happened after "happily ever after." Guests will experience an enchanted farm and meet characters from several beloved fairytales, all now living beside each other at Fairy Tale Farm. Each step out of their home for the first time in a while; from “real-boy” Pinocchio who is adulting for the first time, to a recently awakened beautiful princess-turned-Instagram celebrity, to Little Red’s once-devoured grandmother, to Goldilocks (who is newly engaged to Baby Bear), and a self-aware third little pig named Vincent. Map in hand, the guests will have the freedom to explore every inch of the Farm as the sun goes down. Hilarity is bound to ensue as characters they thought they’ve known since childhood finally decide to get real.

WHERE: Coggeshall Farm Museum, 1 Colt Dr., Bristol
WHEN: July 10 through Aug. 1
COST: $10 for member adults, $8 for member youth (Ages 4-17), $15 for adults, and $12 for youth (ages 4-17)
MORE INFO: www.coggeshallfarm.org

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