The Beach

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The Maidenhead Beach at Norden Farm runs annually throughout the school summer holidays. Free to play on, just roll up and relax at a beachside café table while the little ones play in the sand.

Join in craft or storytelling sessions in the specially designed story den or get involved in the gallery secret cove.

Look out for our brand new feature - a traditional Hawaiian canoe on the shore. Plus don’t forget to say hi to the friendly shark… she’s really very smiley!

Family films are screened throughout the holidays, and the Café Bar is open for lunch, teas, coffees, ice creams and treats. A children’s menu and special children’s picnic bags are also available.


Join us for the Grand Opening on Tuesday 25 July, 10am

The Maidenhead Beach at Norden Farm is open Monday – Sunday, 10am – 4pm, until Sunday 27 August.

Join us to celebrate the launch of the beach:

  • Prizes for best Hawaiian / Elvis fancy dress
  • Free 15 minute Little Wrigglers Taster Session in the café bar at 10am
  • Beachside entertainment from Elvis himself
  • Enter our free prize draw for the chance to win a family ticket for one of our summer family shows or films
  • Take photos in our prop-filled Hawaiian photobooth
  • Free tropical juice drink for children - available from the café bar between 10am - 11am (subject to availability)
  • Free activity and colouring sheets

The beach will be officially opened with a Hawaiian Leis cutting ceremony (of course!) at 10.30am.


What else is on offer at Norden Farm this summer?

Take a look at our handy guide to what’s going on at Norden Farm throughout the holiday for all age groups. For more information give our Box Office team a call on 01628 788997 or click here

about 15 hours ago Check out the sublime sound of Honey & The Bear through the link below... The amalgamation the duo's unique... https://t.co/LfWe4OMbxK

about 15 hours ago Check out the sublime sound of Honey & The Bear through the link below... The amalgamation the duo's unique musical styles makes for a dynamic and ever-changing live performance. Don't miss them in our Studio tomorrow (Sun 18 Feb) at 7.30pm. Tickets are only £12 --> https://norden.farm/events/honey-and-the-bear

1 day ago Looking for something fun to do tonight? We've just released a handful of tickets for comedian Mark Watson's sold o… https://t.co/xhC6VXtHLm

1 day ago A Winter's Tale - https://t.co/ro7Cco6pNL

1 day ago ‘A bold reimagining… innovative and powerfully acted’ ★★★★ Sunday Times The Young Vic's production of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof heads to our screen on Thursday 22 February at 7pm and Friday 23 February at 2pm --> http://bit.ly/2CmACf2 On a steamy night in Mississippi, a Southern family gather at their cotton plantation to celebrate Big Daddy’s birthday. The scorching heat is almost as oppressive as the lies they tell.

1 day ago RT @visitwindsor: Get that #FridayFeeling by going to our Facebook page and entering our #competition to win a family break in Easter! http…

1 day ago Six local acoustic acts take to our stage at tomorrow night's Studio Sessions. Expect an exciting range of... https://t.co/fcFZ09HB1G

1 day ago Six local acoustic acts take to our stage at tomorrow night's Studio Sessions. Expect an exciting range of genres and styles from solo singer-songwriters and bands! Each act will play three numbers – at least one of which is an original. Tickets only £8! Check out the full line-up here --> https://norden.farm/events/the-studio-session-61

2 days ago Inspired by horror movies of the 1950s, rip-roaring comedy adventure The Thing That Came From Over There heads to Maidenhead this Tuesday 20 February --> http://bit.ly/2002TheThing It’s 1912 and a meteor has crashed near the base camp of hapless explorer Captain Reginald Cranston Scot-t-t. What ancient evil lurks inside the crater? What is the dark secret of the slimy fungus and the parasitic space worms? Expect visual gags, verbal wit, giant puppetry and even a little bit of live music...

2 days ago The Thing That Came From Over There - https://t.co/vXEVTscvwB

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