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All reviews working farm feeding the lambs farm animals tractor ride red deer eggs play area egg collecting rabbit sand pit hand fed baby goats small animals bottle feed hand wash the barn pony grooming
My son bought a gift package for me for my birthday to go to Snettisham Farm and Park. Being an animal lover it was the perfect present. We started off by feeding some very hungry and naughty lambs. When they had had their bottle we...More
This is a must for families with young Children.
The lambing sheds are available with the opportunity to feed the small lambs.
The deer visit was amazing. The commentary was superb - light hearted, informative about the deer and the working farm. The hinds were...More
we went to snettisham park just before Christmas it was a very cold day not a lot of people there, paid for the two of us to go on the deer safari ,but we were told we were the the only two that day but...More
As growing up in the area this is somewhere I used to be taken as a child with my brother and sisters for many years. Alot has changed but the care for the animals have always stayed the same. Snettisham park is a working farm...More
Snettisham park farm is a great place to get close to nature and hands on with farm life. You can feed the sheep and goats. Kids love feeding them and being close to the animals. They are encouraged to help move the sheep in and...More
Thought that it was a bit expensive for the entrance plus the deer safari, but it was an enjoyable outing for the grand children as well as adults. We had lunch from the café, which was inexpensive decent food that pleasantly surprised me, the only...More
I was slightly sceptical on entry for 45 quid for a family ticket (2 adults, 2 kids). It’s not cheap.
Though you can pay just for the farm (25 quid family ticket) or just for the deer safari (30 quid family ticket).
To be fair,...More