Things to do at Hardy’s Animal Farm review
Hardy’s animal farm park is located in Ingoldmells near Skegness on the Lincolnshire coast. It’s a great family day out and there’s plenty to see and do there to fill up a full day.
Highlights include the super friendly kid goats that roam free. You are allowed to feed them food bought from their shop. They also have tractor rides at no additional cost which run throughout the day. During the day they have petting times where you can stroke a rabbit or guinea pig. There’s plenty of animals to see on the farm including a very chatty African grey parrot and some very friendly geese and ducks if you pop by to feed them.
Something a little bit different is their Pitchfork and Putt. For a £1 refundable deposit, you pick up a small football from the shop which you then hit around a 9 hole course and into the large holes using a, yes you’ve guessed it, pitchfork. You will also find pony cycles for small and older children plus ride-on tractors for £1.
Indoors there is a decent sized soft play area with a few tables. A few of their animals are also indoors. We loved joining in with the egg collecting. Outdoors they also have a great range of play equipment to climb, slide and swing on including a giant play tower and a play fort.
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FAQ and Further Information Hardy’s Animal Farm
Is there food and drink available?
Hardy’s animal farm has a cafe selling hot and cold drinks and food. There are picnic areas if you want to bring your own food.
What are the main things to do?
Plenty of animals to feed, petting sessions, tractor rides, pitchfork and putt, playgrounds, pony cycles, ride on tractors, soft play. Toilets, shop and cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online *Mid-range – Between £8 to £12 per adult or child. You can save £1 by booking your tickets online in advance.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Hardy’s animal farm is open from early April until late September. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Please contact the venue for further information. The paths are suitable for wheelchairs.
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