I have been coming to Hardys animal farm for about 15 years now. It has changed over the years but still a great place to visit wet or dry. It is £24.00 for a family ticket which is 2 adults 2 children. You can buy bags of food for the animals to feed them. There are some animals you cant feed because they bite. They have an outdoor play area with a go kart race track. Inside there is a cafe with a big indoor play area including a football pitch with a goal and 2 balls. They do a tractor and cart ride in the morning in the afternoon it swaps to horse and cart with Gemma the shire horse. It costs 50p each per person on both rides. There are several things happening through the day like stroking the pigs and meeting the baby animals. There are goats and sheep in the nusery which you can feed. There is a duck pond and sometimes if youre lucky you can see baby ducklings in there. The toliets are clean. You can have a play around with the tractors for free. There is a pig pen with pigs in and piglets you can see some in labour some times if youre lucky you might even see some piglets being born. Now when you go in the goat pens dont get your bag to near the goats because they snatch the whole lot of you and you have none left. Hope you like my review and get to go.
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