Things to do at Blackberry Farm Park review
Blackberry Farm is set in 18 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside. It’s a family-run farm and home to lots of animals. We really enjoyed our day visiting Blackberry Farm and there’s so much to do. Our highlight would have to be riding a pony. My son was just 2 years old and loved riding on the pony around the paddock with a member of staff and spending time at the stables meeting all the friendly ponies. It is a great introduction to horses for young children.
There’s lots to do for children at Blackberry Farm including animal handling (we got a cuddle with a rabbit and guinea pig), tractor rides, and the farm animals where you can see sheep, goats, highland cow, llamas and much more. You can buy food to feed the animals so you can get up close and personal too.
There’s an outdoor play area with Astra slide where you can race each other to the bottom, giant jumping pillow, climbing wall, trampolines, swing boats, tractor trail, zip line, sand pit, toddler sand pit, pedal Go-Karts, assault course, toddler play area, fort and more! Play heaven for your little ones.
If it’s raining or a very cold day, there’s also the indoor play areas, clucky’s play barn (which has everything you would expect from soft play plus more, including indoor zip lines, drop slide and wall of mirrors) and chirpy’s play barn for little ones.
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FAQ and Further Information Blackberry Farm Park
Is there food and drink available?
The Garden Barn Café offers fresh food prepared daily at the farm. The café is currently being renovated (as of January 2020) and is due to reopen in the Spring of 2020. There is also the tuck shop where you can buy light bites and hot and cold drinks which is open at peak times and school holidays. You are welcome to picnic outdoors.
What are the main things to do?
Farm park with pony rides, animal handling, tractor rides, animals that you can feed. Outdoor play area, indoor soft play barn. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. They have three pricing tiers – low season, mid season and high season. An adult or child high season ticket is £12.00. Pony rides are £3.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Blackberry farm park is open for most of the year, it is closed on the 24th, 25th and 26th of December and the 1st January. For up to date opening times please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Guest post with thanks to Rowena from My Balancing Act.
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