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All reviews tractor ride eggs crazy golf bouncy castle animal feed hay bales kids lunch boxes outdoor picnic recommend taking a picnic rope swing free activities hand washing three generations few hours play area sand pit loved feeding the animals
Me and my aunt (in her young 70s) and my boys (age 5&7 yrs) had a lovely day plenty for my children to do plenty of places to sit and relax lovely animals, very clean, brilliant staff, lovely food in the farm tearoom would highly...More
I visited happy hens farm after purchasing a deal on wowcher. £10 for 2 kids 2 adults with 2 children's lunches, 2 bags of animal feed and a game of mini golf. What a bargain is all I can say. Its a farm all activities...More
The title Happy Hens made me want to visit so we went one afternoon to have a look around. There is a charge to get in, around £5 per adult plus you can purchase feed for the animals. Unfortunately you can no longer collect your...More
Perfect wholesome family day out for our little ones. Me and my friend and our three under four had a brilliant day here today. Yes it’s a bit tired in places, but we felt that only added to the family feel of the place.
It’s not got gadgets and the signage is tired BUT this is a real farm open to the public and it’s real. Kids loved the educational maze, tractor ride and chick handling. Animals are clearly well cared for and loved and the owner and family...More
Such a great birthday party for our daughter today. The staff were really friendly and all the kids really enjoyed the activities that the farm can offer. Can’t wait to eat the eggs they picked! Thanks everyone.
This is a working farm that uses the paying public to support a drug rehab centre and a scheme for kids struggling in school.
The farm itself is really accessible and interactive. Lots of play zones and activity trails and a lot of animals to...More
Yes, it is a bit tired but it is a working farm. We spent 4 hours here and there was plenty for my toddlers to play with. The cafe was a bit small and the lady serving a bit brusque but it was ok. The...More