Court Farm Country Park

Court Farm Country Park, Banwell: Hours, Address, Court Farm Country Park Reviews: 4/5

Court Farm Country Park
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10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
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tim c
15 contributions
Aug 2020
The grown ups wanted the 2 and 4 year olds to linger by the many animals. For the children it was all about the slides - there are lots to try out ! The farm is well spaced out and has plenty of under-cover action for poor weather. On a Saturday morning, there were plenty of visitors, but no pressure on space. There's a sense of personal responsibility by the proprietors being taken very seriously, it's good to feel everything is being supervised in these days. A lovely relaxed atmosphere; our 2 year old grand daughter loved watching the fancy fowl pecking around ! Not too big, not too commercialised !
Written August 25, 2020
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Peggy
3 contributions
Sep 2020
Took my young grandson for a visit yesterday. It was delightful! Some of the negative reviews i have read were not accurate all.
The cost of a season ticket is very cheap, the staff are all lovely and it is great value for money. Yes it is not modern by comparison to other plastic places we have visited, but it is rustic and has great charm. My grandson loved the indoor play areas There were tractors and cars that he could take into the garage and pretend to fix, yes some of the murals are not modern, but they were a like little step back in time. He loved it and so did I! The cafe is not over priced and the outdoor play develops imagination and we had a lot of fun. Plenty of room, it is a working farm so we had the added bonus of watching the tractors taking the hay bales into the barn, Just love it and will be back again and again. 5 stars plus!
Written September 4, 2020
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Sarah-kay I
6 contributions
Jul 2020 • Family
We took my sons 8 & 2 years and our 6 year old nephew. Admission was reasonable and we Really enjoyed seeing all the animals. The Farmer was friendly as we’re the ladies in the shop and cafe (not forgetting the shops cat)
The gift shop wasn’t expensive and we left with a handful of goodies for the boys.
We will definitely come back again when we are able to feed the animals. 3 worn out happy boys!
Thanks for a great visit! 🥰
Written July 30, 2020
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Emma C
Coventry, England, United Kingdom11 contributions
Jun 2021 • Friends
Planned our visit as a half way stop on our way home from Devon. Website looked good-but very different in reality. Over £20 for the 3 of us to get in and I think we were there for just over an hour. There was some kind of event going on and there were lots of people camping & wandering round in towels looking for the shower. There were some animals, but not many and definitely not like farms we’ve been to before. My 3 year old was disappointed she couldn’t really get close tomorrow’s the animals. Really needs some money investing in it to justify charging what they do.
Oh and apparently there is no covid in this part of the world, I only saw one other person wearing a mask the entire time I was there - including staff.
Written July 3, 2021
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winegirlstravels
Staines, United Kingdom133 contributions
Jul 2020
We visited last week with my 6 year old and we all enjoyed the morning at the farm. We walked with the farmer to watch the deer and llama being feed whilst listening to information from the farmer about the animals. The farmer was really good with the children telling them interesting facts and asking them questions. We watched Jodie the cow being milked and then the calves being given the milk. There were pigs, goats, ponies, sheep as well as small animals too. The playground was excellent and although some attractions we not open due to the virus and social distancing was in place (and well managed) we still really enjoyed our time at the farm. Good toilet facilities, a nice cafe and lots of picnic tables too. I really can't understand the negative reviews, this is a working farm and a wonderful education for children as well as a great place to visit.
Written July 27, 2020
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georgiekibble
Weston super Mare, UK6 contributions
Apr 2021 • Family
This place could be potentially lovely with some money put into it. Animals living conditions were poor, very inadequate and they all looked depressed. Most of the place is falling apart - everything needs redoing and the animals need new places to live. Your better off paying more and going to Puxton!
Written April 14, 2021
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VanJGan
Worcester, UK39 contributions
Apr 2021
Had an excellent day at court farm today with my 2 granddaughters.
Considering the unfortunate of Covid lockdown we had a lovely time there today.
It was enjoyable for seeing the animals without too many people crowding the barn's.
The farmer had gave us a talk about the baby goats and the children were able to hold one, he also talked to the children why the cows had to tags on there ears.
There were toilet facilities and plenty of hand sanitizer's around the whole of the farm.
What I found disheartening was someone left there McDonald wrapping and baby nappy in the carpark on the grass.
They could have put it in there car or in the bin on site. ( Shame on them ) 😈
Written April 24, 2021
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Jentaria
Bristol, UK29 contributions
Jul 2021 • Family
Been going to court farm ever since I was little. It’s a working farm that basically lets visitors look at a few animals…& I mean a few. There is about 3 big play areas so this is mainly what it’s good for.

Price wise it isn’t too expensive so if you just need to let kids burn some energy off then it’s a good place to go.

There is a little cafe but its basic. They do do tractor rides & feeding lambs too. Don’t go with too much expectation as you will be disappointed
Written August 24, 2021
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Beth A
7 contributions
Sep 2020 • Family
A great way to spend 3/4 hours with our 2 year old, just a short distance off the M5 to break up a long journey, and reasonable entry prices. Lots of play areas/ slides to burn some energy and a variety of animals to look at. The young ladies who did the guinea pig handling with us were very confident and helpful. The only thing that let it down slightly was that one of the fields is used as a campsite making the outdoor play area and trampolines very busy with children that didn’t always seem to be closely supervised eg climbing on the outside of the tube slide, meaning it wasn’t safe for our toddler to come down.
Written September 5, 2020
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Familyfun
1 contribution
Jan 2020
Visited last weekend and had a fantastic time! It was great for my little ones to see a real working farm. Staff were very friendly and were absolutely wonderful with my two young children. They were allowed to help out with lots of farm activities, feeding animals, herding goats, moving hay and straw.
Lots of indoor play for when it's bad weather and able to see animals indoors also.
To those who have commented that it needs a spruce up, all I can say is it is a working farm, what do you expect it to look like?! It's good to see 'real nature', mud and animals. Get your wellies on and have some fun!
The price is also incredibly reasonable. It's a gem!
Written January 13, 2020
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  • Wed - Wed 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • Thu - Tue 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM