Things to do at Cotswold Farm Park review
The Cotswold Farm Park has 50 collections of British rare breed animals and is located near Cheltenham in Gloucestershire. The park was first founded in 1971 to help protect some of the countries rare breeds of farm animals. There is an on-site campsite if you fancy booking a stay close to their animals.
Visitors of all ages can closely interact with their animals and learn about farming, past and present. Animals include Old Spot Pigs and Highland cattle. The farm park is 1000 feet above sea level so when you climb to the top of their viewing towers and feeding platforms you can see for miles. Here you can slide down food for their animals to eat.
There is an animal barn, an adventure barn and a discovery barn which can be enjoyed all year round as they are protected from the elements. There is an adventure playground, farm safari, maze, mud kitchen, peddle tractors and big jumping pillows. Plus you can have a good stretch of your legs on their two-mile wildlife walk.
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FAQ and Further Information Cotswold Farm Park
Is there food and drink available?
There is a restaurant serving hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to take a picnic.
What are the main things to do?
Farm park with rare breed farm animals, 2 mile walk, play areas, jumping pillows, tractor-trailer rides and more. There are toilets and a restaurant.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher-priced. An adult ticket costs £15, children 4-15 are £14.50. Under 4s are free. Other pricing options are available.
Is there parking?
There is free on-site parking.
When are they open?
Cotswold Farm Park is open from mid February until December For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
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