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We have a lovely little children's farm boasting a large array of cute, not so cute, small and not so small farm animals, so come and see what we have to show you. Visitors both young an old get enormous pleasure from meeting our animals. For many...more
All reviews feeding the animals sand pit outdoor play area small farm rabbit lovely farm poultry under cover hand washing facilities annual pass looked nice few hours couple of hours grown ups toilet block entrance fee per adult
We really enjoy trip to Mini Meadow Farm.Would like to do it more often but price is to high for budget family so only we can do it on special occasions.Shame they don't have any 'special family ticket' price or like option to buy it...More
Our grandsons love animals and had the opportunity to feed almost all on the farm. They were thrilled to be able to go into some of the rabbit pens and stroke them.
The animals in the fields were equally pleased to see anyone with food....More
What an amazing place to visit with young children. It’s totally geared up for infants & toddlers (and grandparents!) with easy access to animals in their pens, both outside and under cover. They encourage animal feeding and touching. There’s a large indoor play area for...More
We had a great day out at this farm/play area. The grandchildren really enjoyed their day there,feeding the many animals and having fun in the play area. The food at the cafe is really good and reasonably priced.
We went here a few years ago, but wow has it changed. It had a major overhaul a couple of years back and the whole place looks brand new. It has a large restaurant/coffee shop, a large really cool indoors play area for kids, a...More
Visited with my 3 yr old and his grandparents. Lovely little farm with nice looking animals. You can buy a tub of feed for £2 - contains 4 types of feed for the different animals and the animals are all friendly enough for you to...More
We visited with an 8m, 2,4,5 and 9yr old. It was good value for money with a spacious cafe serving good hot drinks, another seating area by the indoor climbing area and nice covered and outside paddocks with animals. The staff were good and when...More
Visited here early September at the end of school holidays.
The farm park was great and fantastic value for money. All the animals looked healthy and well kept. The food buckets are a great idea and our daughter enjoyed feeding all the different animals. The...More
We drove here from Coventry yesterday (3rd Sept) and it was well worth the 45 minute drive. I spent ages online looking for an affordable farm as for 3 of us it often ends up being over £30 to get in. This place was half...More
Response from Sandfairy27 | Reviewed this property |
I’m pretty sure my 2 year old was free to enter when I took him a couple of months ago....
What does the website say? Or maybe email the farm direct - I think the owner is called Ben.... to ask for clarification....
My niece is 7 and she loved it-both the animals and the indoor play area. The 6 year old and the 4 year old will love it. It can get a bit muddy around the outdoor bits bu the inside areas are accessible. The toilets are... More
My niece is 7 and she loved it-both the animals and the indoor play area. The 6 year old and the 4 year old will love it. It can get a bit muddy around the outdoor bits bu the inside areas are accessible. The toilets are alos very good! If the older children have an interest in animals, they will enjoy it (and they will also probably enjoy the indoor play area!). If they are children who prefer games/technology, they might not be too engaged. However, it is amazing how even older children who might not seem like they enjoy animals will become very excited when they actually get to touch and interact with them!