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Lee Valley Park Farms

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160rhb wrote a review Mar 2020
London, United Kingdom30 contributions8 helpful votes
We've been in numerous trips to this farm and it never disappoints. Even in the wettest February on record we still lived our day out at this farm, it helped that admission prices were reduced sure to the water logged fields. Goats, pigs, sheep, alpacas, rabbits, Guinea pigs, rats, mice, birds of prey I could go on! Staff are very friendly and helpful. There's a nice little cafe. When the rain got just too bad to splash around in we headed to the soft play area. A great day out!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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luckymeLondon wrote a review Feb 2020
London, United Kingdom244 contributions85 helpful votes
we have an annual pass for the farm which is then good value you can even pop in on a grotty day and use the soft play area but if I was paying £13 each for a family I would be very disappointed. there are not a lot of animals. On a nice day you can take a picnic ( or buy food there) and stay for hours walking around the fields, playing in the sandpit,playground and soft play making it a much better value day out.you can even take a tractor ride the the dairy farm to see the cows being milked.........a very smelly experience. Good for small children but older ones would probably be bored after one visit
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Date of experience: February 2020
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J L Rom wrote a review Nov 2019
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Drove over an hour to the farm on a Sunday, on website states they were open everyday 7 days a week. Got to the Car park, parked, got bags coats all ready and walked around the corner to entrance to find a large gate with a sign on stating they are closed and re-opening in feb 2020 (which you cannot see from car park and also no signs on the drive as your driving in stating closure. Children were very upset. We weren’t the only ones, there was about 10 other cars unpacking and sorting children out to be told by us it was closed. Won’t be trying to visit again.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Yasmineperkins wrote a review Nov 2019
Greater London, United Kingdom19 contributions16 helpful votes
Found ourselves at Lea Valley Park Farm over the last Halloween Weekend. For £10 per person and with carers going free, also a group discount for over 7 people, we thought this would be ideal. There were 4 adults and 4 children in total on a rather grim, cold, grey and let's face it Winter weather. There was a lovely cafe on entrance serving hot and cold food and drinks. We were given a map and off we went. Loads of farm animals to see and smell! You can feed them too. A soft play barn, heated with soft play for little ones and not so little ones too. Various outdoor activities including a Alpine slope, basically a dry ski slope you can slide down on a large rubber tyre, this was my favourite. There was a lovely birds of prey show, with very well informed staff. Also a creepy critter section with reptiles and other creatures. And don't forget the meercats. Tad too cold to stay too long, but we'll worth a visit when a bit warmer.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Sfog wrote a review Nov 2019
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Such a lovely farm, lots to entertain young kids, staff friendly, cafe provides yummy food and very reasonably priced, definitely recommend. I have a 3 and 5 year old and been going for the last four years. Always improving the place and put on great events. Had a party there too and that was brilliant!
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Date of experience: September 2019
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