If you've never been on a farm it might be interest, however, we are from the US and a farming community and found it quite dull and a bit of a bore. We only went because we had some time to kill and bought the 3 park pass. The animals were mostly pet types like pet birds and guinea pigs or cows and chickens and horses. There is almost nothing to see if you go before the demonstrations start before 1. the demonstrations are cute for young kids but my daughter was 11 and had seen it all several times before like cow milking, sheep shearing, and blacksmithing. The only thing she wanted to do was the wagon ride which was closed but the wagon and horse were just sitting there. the property is stunning and the cafe was nice so we had a walk around and lunch which killed some time but was a costly time killer. The staff was friendly and pleasant to us. It's all outside in the open so if the weather is not nice your visit will be quite uncomfortable.
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