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All reviews model railway play area tractor ride young children few hours lambing season feed the animals toy tractors play equipment wash your hands small animals reasonable value value for money lots of space nice play sand pit trees for shade
Visited today with daughter and 20 month old grandson. Such a good experience! Easy parking, well kept clean facilities and all staff very welcoming. I had not realised that there is just so much there to entertain a small child. The tractor ride was great...More
I used to take my children to Standalone Farm and today I visited with my 4 year old grandchild along with my daughter. Our first visit was to the cafe to have lunch. My daughter ordered a homemade 12" pizza for £6.00, it was delicious...More
Quite nice place for a walk in the "wildlife". Seriously, if you have kids, this place can be good for a couple of time to feed animals, but other than that there is very little to bring you here.
Rather expensive when compared to similar...More
With easy access from Letchworth and ample parking, Standalone Farm is a great spot for a day out. While still a working farm, the visitor can wander around easily to see the various animals, watch some milking or help feed the hungry lambs (if you...More
This is a lovely little farm with lots of animals to see and things to do, at certain times they feed the lambs and you can even help feed them as well as having bird seeds to feed other animals. If you visit during lambing...More
My granddaughters enjoy their visits here and riding on the little tractors and the big one too! There are quite a few activities going on, the playground is very good and there are trees for shade and picnic benches to sit in the shade. The...More
The farm seems to have gotten 'smaller', but that might be because the last time I went I was a kid, but what certainly hasn't changed is that it's a great place to go with the family.
Our little 1 and 1/2 year old loves...More
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Hi. Sorry a bit late in responding. I see someone has already replied. I actually thought there were Lamas? urr Alpacas?There is also a pony you can pet and brush its hair whilst it has its dinner. It depends on what time of... More
Hi. Sorry a bit late in responding. I see someone has already replied. I actually thought there were Lamas? urr Alpacas?There is also a pony you can pet and brush its hair whilst it has its dinner. It depends on what time of year you go as to what else you can pet.x