Getting close to animals is a magical and memorable experience for all young children. The Farmyard Experience is great for both Youth Groups and Nurseries or Pre-schools – giving children of all ages the opportunity to bottle feed lambs, stroke rabbits at Bunny Hop, hand-feed goats and sheep, and have a dedicated Tractor & Trailer Ride (April to September, weather permitting). The children can also milk “Molly the Milkable Cow”! Molly is an interactive cow that not only shows children where milk comes from and what it would be like to milk a real cow by hand but is also incredibly fun.
- Full entry to Mead Open Farm
- An allocated time for Bottle Feeding Lambs and Bunny Hop
- A reserved Tractor & Trailer Ride (April-September, weather permitting)
- Interactive (mechanical) Cow Milking for the children to take part in
- FREE coach and car parking
- FREE Animal Feed for the children to share
- An indoor picnic room as well as outdoor picnic areas
- FREE planning visit for trip organisers to carry out risk assessments
And So Much More!
In between or after the scheduled activities in the Farmyard Experience, there’ll be plenty of time to discover all the other activities available at Mead Open Farm. From running, jumping, sliding and swinging in Shaggy’s huge indoor PlayWorld or in the Topsy Turvy Towers outdoor adventure playground, to learning about lots of different animals, there is so much to do!
Please click here to see availability, prices and to secure your visit with a £50 deposit
One adult free for every four paying children Additional adults – See above adult prices Under 2s go FREE. Minimum group size of 20 paying visitors and must be pre-booked.
How To Book
At Mead Open Farm, we make it as easy as possible to book your group visit or school trip. Do please book as soon as possible, however, as we do limit numbers on busy days.
- Please click here to see availability, prices and to secure your visit with a £50 deposit
- Group leaders and teachers can visit Mead Open Farm prior to their visit to complete their own risk assessment.
- On the day of your booking, please make full payment for your group. To eliminate queues on arrival all entry fees must be paid as one payment by cash or card.
- And finally, enjoy your day out! Please read our Plan Your Visit and Health & Safety Information pages to obtain the most from your visit. Please note that socks must be worn in Shaggy’s PlayWorld, and there are some height and age restrictions on some of the activities such as the Sky Trail and Giant’s Rock climbing wall.
We have created a risk assessment form to assist group organisers, school teachers and others in drawing up their own risk assessments. Please click here to download the risk assessment form. You’ll also get a FREE planning visit for trip organisers to carry out risk assessments before the date of your arrival.
Advice For Teachers & Group Organisers