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June 29th, 2017 | by Jennifer Edwards

Discover your own ‘green’ fingers at Shrek’s Adventure! London this summer.

The ‘Blooming’ marvellous summer show starts from the 17th July to the 3rd September 2017 at DreamWorks Tours: Shrek’s Adventure! London.

Families visiting London’s ‘greenest’ attraction Shrek’s Adventure! London this summer will be able to pick-up some ogre-size gardening tips as well receiving their very own ‘swamp garden’ seed pack to take home and see how green-fingered they can be! 

Created in partnership with Notcutts Garden Centre, the DreamWorks Tours: Shrek’s Adventure! London summer holiday activities will aim to encourage children to discover their own ‘green’ fingers and get planting at home.

Once guests have hopped on the magical 4-D bus and been whisked off to Far Far Away they will arrive back to a lush giant garden where Shrek himself will be handing out the limited edition seed packs in his own Shrek garden. For those youngsters who want to learn more about gardening when they get home there will also be a range of garden videos shared throughout the summer holidays so they can keep on learning and growing!

It’s not just in London that Shrek will be sharing his gardening tips – as this summer, Shrek and buddies will be visiting Notcutts garden centres around the UK, sharing their own gardening tips and teaching children how to make their very own swamp gardens. Keep an eye on the Notcutts Garden website for more information on his visits.

Steve Blackburn, General Manager for Shrek’s Adventure! London said: “Our attraction is all about whisking our guests away to the magical land of Far Far Away and we wanted to extend that magic experience by giving them a little bit of ‘green fingered’ magic to take home to their own garden this summer.”