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Windmill Hill City Farm was formed in 1976 by a volunteer group of local residents determined to see a piece of inner city wasteland put to more productive use, giving the local community the opportunity to experience farming in the heart of the...more
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Windmill Hill City Farm City Farm Philip Street | Totterdown, Bristol BS3 4EA, England
All reviews farm animals inner city sand pit great farm various animals lovely place to visit great for kids great morning free entry all ages worth a visit few hours allotments goats donation calves diggers
I hadn't been here since my grandparents took me when I was a little girl. Now my husband and I have taken our baby girl. The farm cafe is lovely and the food is fab. The farm itself is brilliant and the animals seem happy...More
Kids absolutely loved it. It's small but there is lots to see and do. One of the favourites for the kids was actually the plants and trying to identify them. There is a sand pit and play area which kept the kids entertained.
I was there for a friend's birthday and I think it's a good venue for not very big events especially when weather permits to use the outside space as well.
I also got the chance to have a little tour around the farm and I...More
This is a fantastic free attraction for everyone of all ages. Me and my little boy love coming here to look at the animals and wonder around the garden, as well as get a drink and food from the great cafe. It’s a real community...More
Wanted to go for years but never had an excuse- so when a friend had their child’s 1st birthday party there I was thrilled. It is overgrown and messy - just as a farm should be! There are goats, pigs, calves hens ducks and sheep....More
Wonderful farm tucked away South of the river in Bristol. Free entry and lots for the little ones to see and do. Many happy hours spent playing with the diggers in the sand pit ( and that was just me)!
Loads of animals for them...More
1st time visit and after a few wrong turns and poorly signed roads we found this wildlife haven. Its FREE for entry and worth a extra star for that alone. Please support these sort of places by making a donation or using the lovely cafe....More