Things to do Jimmy’s Farm and Wildlife Park review
Jimmy’s Farm and Wildlife Park is a fabulous place for a family day out, with plenty to do for all ages. There are over 80 breeds of animals, from sheep, goats and guinea pigs, to more unusual and exotic species such as crocodiles and kangaroos!
You can feed many of the farm animals on your way round (animal feed can be purchased at the entrance). It’s really lovely for children to have the opportunity to get up close to the animals like this and my twins really enjoyed it. Animal petting sessions also take place on the hour, and there are plenty of handwashing facilities as you walk around.
It was lovely and relaxing just wandering around the grounds and spotting exotic animals. The cheeky meerkats were a favourite for us! We also really enjoyed the Outback Safari, where you can stroll around with emus and wallabies in their large enclosure.
The Butterfly and Reptile Houses were also really good fun. My children loved watching the crocodiles and enjoyed soaking up the jungle atmosphere while we spotted butterflies.
Wonderwood – The Wonderwood is a huge woodland area. It includes a den-building area which is really popular with kids. You can also follow the Time Walk where you can see statues of beasts that used to roam the woodland years ago.
Play Areas – There are lots of play areas to keep little ones entertained. There is a large wooden playground with a variety of equipment, a giant sandpit, ride-on tractors and a Hobbit House. The big jumping pillow is very popular and our two had a whale of a time bouncing around on it.
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FAQ and Further Information Jimmy’s Farm & Wildlife Park
Is there food and drink available?
The main restaurant is in a converted 200-year old barn and serves a wide range of dishes made from seasonal produce, with top quality meat and fish. There are kids’ menus and it’s very family-friendly. The Field Kitchen is more informal, located outside in the Herb Garden, and serves a variety of lighter snacks. This is before the entrance to the farm, so useful if you want to grab a coffee before you go in. There is also a Snack Shack next to the play area which is handy for ice creams, drinks etc. And the Woodland Bar, the Hair Of The Hog, which is a traditional style pub within the Wonder Wood. It serves beer, soft drinks, tea/coffee and even cocktails!
What are the main things to do?
Farm park with plenty of animals, including many that you can feed. large woodland play area plus other adventure play areas. There are toilets and a choice of places to eat.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. An adult ticket is £10 and £8 for a child. Other pricing options are available.
Is there parking?
Parking is free.
When are they open?
Jimmy’s Farm & Wildlife Park is open all year round except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Dogs are welcome on a lead, only assistance dogs are permitted in the restaurant
Are they accessible?
Guest post with thanks to Hannah from Hannah and the Twiglets. You can read her full review on Jimmy’s farm here.
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