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Lee Valley Park Farms

#4 of 16 things to do in Waltham Abbey Features Animals
Stubbins Hall Lane, Waltham Abbey EN9 2EF, England
+44 1992 892781
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Lovely farm, Great Party!!

We've been to the farm before on days out and really enjoyed ourselves. Lots to see and do and it's... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
mipinions
via mobile
Ok during mid week

The farm has a lot of potential but unfortunately on a weekday, it felt like services were scaled... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
kl1101
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London, United Kingdom
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Lee Valley Park Farms in Waltham Abbey, Essex are just the best kind of fun when it comes to a great value family day out.There are cuddly sheep, giant rabbits, rare breed pigs, long-necked llamas and a loveable meerkat family to meet.You can hit the heights on the giant bouncy pillow, scale the Spider Tower or whizz down the slopes on our fantastic toboggan run. The lttle ones love riding on the combine harvester in Piglet's Paradise.Then take a short trip on a tractor trailer to our working dairy farm, where you'll meet the cows and learn all about life on a real farm.
  • Excellent47%
  • Very good31%
  • Average11%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible5%
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Stubbins Hall Lane, Waltham Abbey EN9 2EF, England
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+44 1992 892781
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We've been to the farm before on days out and really enjoyed ourselves. Lots to see and do and it's a very nice relaxed farm to wonder round at your own leisure. Good playground areas and variety of animals. We decided to book our daughters...More

Thank mipinions
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The farm has a lot of potential but unfortunately on a weekday, it felt like services were scaled down, which explains the off peak price. In addition a few sections of the park were either closed or undergoing renovation. The cafe was serving the same...More

Thank kl1101
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Just back from an extended family visit. Grandparents, Parents, Aunts, Cousins and a dog! The children loved playing outside as well as in the indoor play too. They enjoyed looking at the animals and the parents enjoyed chilling out at the picnic benches. I was...More

Thank curlywurly7979
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Although I've been to many of the Lee Valley sites this is the first time I've been to the farms. Despite being half term, it was relatively quiet. We visited with an 8 week old, a 2 year old and family with a 6 year...More

Thank Gtlady
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely farm (it was half term sheep week!!) so bottle feeding lambs, lamb racing, sheep arts and crafts, sheep sheering , along with a good few meet n greets bunnies, iguanas, birds of prey, meerkats, also good selection of farm animals in pens and out...More

Thank Mandy A
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We visited over the bank holiday and paid £28 for two adults one child and a bag of animal feed,we wouldn't mind the price if there was a few more animals as some of the paddocks were empty didn't see one cow!our 4yr old son...More

Thank Joella M
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Family of 4 (2 kids) paid almost £40 for an entry, it really small few animals, i have been in many more farms but never so expensive, london zoo better

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Always lovely to come here and a great day out, especially for younger children. Fabulous views across the Herts/Essex countryside. It is a pity that there are small clumps of stinging nettles in some paddocks; it makes some areas look scruffy and unloved, and is...More

Thank visitor44477
Reviewed May 3, 2017 via mobile

From the moment we entered the park area the staff we exceptionally helpful. The bumblebee resturant is comfortable and reasonable pricing. Our 4 & 2 year old. Loved the various animals and their stories. The play areas that are close to each animal area is...More

Thank deanna50
VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Park Farms, responded to this reviewResponded May 5, 2017

Thanks for reviewing your visit to Lee Valley Park Farms. We’re pleased to hear the whole family enjoyed themselves and we look forward to seeing you again soon. We have a variety of events throughout the summer including Sheep Week and character day – when...More

Reviewed April 29, 2017

Went today with my husband and two boys (aged 1 &2). Activities were limited. Soft Play was dirty, not a good selection of animals. The website really does oversell itself. Food to feed the animals was expensive. Main Concern was their lack of concern for...More

Thank nahnahf
VisitLeeValley, Manager at Lee Valley Park Farms, responded to this reviewResponded May 12, 2017

Thanks for your review. We’re sorry to hear you didn’t enjoy your visit to the farm. We take utmost care of all areas of the farm and strive to ensure all of our play areas and facilities are clean and safe for all to use...More

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clare1894
Are you allowed you pet the animals?
October 2, 2016|
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Response from Alex W | Reviewed this property |
Yes - feeding the lambs was a big favourite
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Susieposie
Can you bring dogs?
March 20, 2016|
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Response from VisitLeeValley | Property representative |
Yes, dogs are welcome on the farm as long as they're well behaved and kept on a lead.
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Jenny B
How much is the car park?
January 17, 2016|
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Response from liam w | Reviewed this property |
No charge!!!
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