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All reviews baby animals play equipment play area animal handling loved the animals rabbits and guinea pigs spent ages other attractions school holidays excellent value for money older children home made cakes staff were very friendly sandpit farmyard picnic cafe
If this place was a car it would be a burnt out Datsun sunny on bricks .
Chernobyl chic playground would be more applicable than a paid for play area. I’m pretty sure the inspiration for the ‘fallout’ series of videogames were inspired from a...More
It's great value for money and the people are lovely it's nothing pretentious, just some lovely animals in nice large surroundings, really cute animals and some great play areas. Staff are very welcoming best to visit on a week day when there's not many there...More
We’ve visited here today with our 8 & 3 year olds & I can’t believe how run down the park is I was amazed that a perk like this is allowed to have climbing frames with rotting wood and rusty chains I’m sure this is...More
I don't know where this farm park gets its 5 star rating from as I took my family and grandchildren to see the animals at this park and I have got to say how fee their were. I have visited quite a few farm parks...More
My family and I has such a lovely visit to this farm over Easter. It was a real hands on experience: bottle feeding lambs, hand feeding goats, piglets and donkeys and holding rabbits and guinea pigs. The staff are ever so approachable and knowledgable and...More
Went to visit Ferry Farm in the February half term. It was a lovely day out the children loved the animals especially the lambs and the pigs. Enjoyed the rabbits and guinea pigs. The go carts were also a big hit. We did not use...More
I brought my son here during the summer holidays was so impressed.
We spent ages digging in the sand, playing in the outdoor play area and in the soft play room..... aside from of course visiting the lovely animals.
It’s a really lovely set up...More
Best bit is the soft play indoors, there used to be more animals they seemed very few and far between considering it is a farm, not much animal handling just the usual rabbits and guinea pigs by someone grumpy. Cafeteria is abysmal, now see opening...More