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Hardys Animal Farm

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Anchor Lane, Ingoldmells, Skegness PE25 1LZ, England
+44 1754 872267
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A day at hardys Animal Farm

We where in a caravan in chapel st leonards so we decided to have a look at hardys Animal Farm... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Queenbee2462017
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Northampton, United Kingdom
quite nice - pigs could only be seen behind glass which is difficult for children to see

well set out Good for school or group trips. My adult disabled brother thoroughly enjoyed feeding... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
aileenaldred
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Wigan, United Kingdom
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Hardys Animal Farm is a great day out in over 7 acres of Lincolnshire countryside yet just 10 minutes walk from the beach, with loads of things to do and animals for you to meet feed and make friends with... It's a great day out, whatever the weather! You can see pigs being born in our specially glazed breeding unit, and feed the goats, cattle, and many other animals allowing the children to learn about modern farming and interact with animals in a safe and fun environment. We also have baby Lambs, Goats, Cows and Chicks being born throughout the year. There is plenty of space for the kids to run off energy in our adventure playgrounds, while you can relax in our award winning tearooms with a hot drink or a bite to eat. Then if the weather is good, you can all go on a relaxing Cart Ride around the Farm with Fergie the Tractor. With our giant outdoor play fort, and the new Haystacks Indoor Playbarn, there are loads of things to do come rain or shine. We are located just north of Skegness, on Anchor Lane in Ingoldmells... Just off the A52. The Number 3 Bus stops at the end of the farm road, running every 8-10 minutes from Skegness, Ingoldmells, Butlins & Fantasy Island
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Anchor Lane, Ingoldmells, Skegness PE25 1LZ, England
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Reviewed 3 days ago

We where in a caravan in chapel st leonards so we decided to have a look at hardys Animal Farm. My daughter and grandaughter has a lovely time looking around, on a beautiful sunny day in August feeding the freindly sheep, cheeky baby goats, that...More

Thank Queenbee2462017
Reviewed 4 days ago

well set out Good for school or group trips. My adult disabled brother thoroughly enjoyed feeding the animals (They might sellmore food if put a stall after the goats!!)

Thank aileenaldred
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Lovely well kept animals including some free roaming ones. Clean grounds and enclosures. Great kids playground, equipment and indoor play area. Could spend a full day here. Price to enter not too bad. Mostly friendly and polite staff 😊

Thank The_Owls_10
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Found this online on days out with the kids and it was highly rated so thought we'd give it a go. We weren't disappointed at all! There's an offer online this weekend where mums go free, meaning we only had to pay for my husband...More

1  Thank JHorsie4
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Dropped in on our last full day hols, wasn't expecting much as it's a farm but was happy with the amount of animals there to see and feed, anyone going please take atleast 3 buckets of food with you, as you will struggle to get...More

Thank Neal B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We saw this on the website and have to admit it does not do it justice. There is so much to do here for a family with young children. Loads of animals, play area's, tractor rides, and chances to have close contact with small animals...More

Thank Aaron O
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

what can I say a good day out and all my grand children were well entertained there is a good fun park for the children to play on out door and in door the animal farm is a must for all children of any age...More

Thank Charles M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We came here in April but decided to come again as we all enjoyed it. It was a fantastic day out again and more to do with the better weather. Definitley worth a visit if your in the area. Just watch out for a little...More

Thank yorkshirelad991
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Today 12 of us including teenagers and small children decided to visit Hardys and we all had a brilliant time.We saw new born animals and fed sheep and goats.Everyone enjoyed the ponycycles. We had a tractor ride round the farm,the children played on the adventure...More

Thank Deborah W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Had a really great visit to the farm this time. There were baby animals everywhere. Piglets, Guinea piglets, goats and chicks. I got to hold the goat she was beautiful. We spent a good two hours wandering around looking at the animals. Its clean and...More

Thank blondefox2017
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Dannee G
August 21, 2017|
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Response from Clarelebear | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Think it's 50p or £1 including the bucket which you get to keep
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aileenc92
July 30, 2017|
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Response from MLambert51 | Reviewed this property |
The farm is flat and from memory i think it would be quite easy access into and around the farm, including into buildings, cafe etc. There are disabled facilities, but a quick phone call would confirm this.
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Lilibeth P
July 13, 2017|
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Response from Stuart H | Property representative |
Hi, I'm afraid that due to the number of pregnant animals we have on the farm and the stress that dogs put them under we don't allow dogs to be brought into the farm. We do have free kennel facilities at the entrance with... More
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