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A great place to visit and wander around with all kinds of goats at your disposal. The entrance is free, but the Sanctuary relies on donations so help them (if you can) by putting some money in the various letterboxes. You can also help by...More
Booked a goat walking session for my daughter’s birthday, this is an hour & half over flat grassy fields. Be prepared these animals are very strong imagine taking a Great Dane out for a walk. The staff are very dedicated & knowledgeable. I wouldn’t recommend...More
Having visited a number of animal parks and farms big and small I can happily say that Buttercups is as good as any if not better. The staff are all friendly and knowledgeable about the goats and they have done a wonderful job with them....More
Visited for the second time today, was as good as first time! Low cost fun day out, allowing you to interact with the goats.
Staff are very friendly and informative, helping us find the goat we adopted!
Will defiantly be returning and helping to supportive...More
I love to go and chill and let the goats chill with me, have given many goats a good scratch and got goat affection back, many goats lay down next to you and rest. Fun to feed although some goats can be a bit demanding,...More
This lovely Goat sanctuary is fantastic - what a happy place to be. The goats are absolutely gorgeous and the surroundings lovely. The team who run this place are brilliant, we chatted to one of the people working there, and he told us a bit...More
There’s a really pretty field full of all different types of goats. You can hang out in the field or in the small, basic cafe. The cafe sells bags of food for the goats. We spent a couple of hours with my 18 month old...More