My kids love the animal farm.
Completely free to enter (80p to park for 2 hours) & a cup of animal feed costs £1.
It's got Sheep, Goats, Pigs, Horses, Donkeys, Cows, Chickens, Ducks, Turkeys, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Llamas, Owls & Other birds.
My kids just wander round with handfuls of feed letting the animals lick them & they love it.
All paths are tarmaced so easy access for wheelchair & pram, everything is low down for kids too.
It's very clean, handwash sinks & hand sanitisers are provided.
Animals have signs for which can be fed & which can't, but all are very friendly as they know you've probably got a a cup of food.
It's all out doors & very compact, plenty of benches.
My kid's can wander round for a couple of hours but old kids might get bored quick.
It's even better in spring as all the animals will have had babies & the kids get to see these too.
Only down side is that all animals can be bought & there are signs up with the prices on, as soon as my kids can read there gonna be nagging me to get them a cow or a donkey!
The play ground is free & very large.
Everything you'd expect at a kids playground & there's lot of things for small kids from trampolines in the floor to very tiny climbing frames which I've not seen anywhere else
Outside the animal farm is the park which is always very clean & litter free.
Mainly plain open fields.
There's usually a bouncy castle all year & an ice cream van on hot days.
There are a couple of ponds to feed ducks & plenty of paths to walk round.
It is quite hilly & snow/ice usually isn't cleared away.
There is a cafe but I've not been inside as the kids are too busy.
There's an old sculpture of a horses skeleton which is rusted & collapsing. This needs taking down as it's dangerous & it never looked any good before it was broken.
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