Things to do National Forest Adventure Farm review
The National Forest Adventure Farm is in Tatenhill near Burton-On-Trent. It includes a large indoor soft play area, outdoor activities and farm animals. They also have a variety of themed events throughout the year including a themed maize maze in the summer and more.
There is a JCB dig zone. They have digger arms you can dig with for £1 a go. There is also a large sandpit and a JCB outdoor climbing wall. Plus quad bikes also at £1 a go. They have a large indoor animal barn with sheep, rabbits, chickens, guinea pigs and donkeys. In the Spring you can help feed their lambs (and enjoy lambing live). You can purchase animal food when you arrive. There’s also plenty of animals waiting to be fed outdoors in the paddocks.
There is a Jurassic canyon sandpit and fossil dig which even has a wooden shelter if the weather isn’t too good. Other attractions include a Barrel stampede ride where kids sit in barrels that are pulled along a track by a tractor. They have two jumping pillows, splash pad in the warmer months and a beat the goalie game and an assault course.
The indoor soft play area is really big, it has a number of slides including a drop slide. They also have smaller play frames for younger children. You can also play with pretend bricks by sending them up a conveyor belt and waiting for them to slide back down.
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FAQ and Further Information National Forest Adventure Farm
Is there food and drink available?
Scarecrow Joe’s is their on-site restaurant which serves a good choice of hot and cold food and drinks. There is also a seasonal fish and chip shop. Picnics are welcome and there is designated covered and uncovered areas.
What are the main things to do?
Animals that you can feed, play areas, JCB and dinosaur-themed play areas, jumping pillows, barrel ride, splash pad, large indoor soft play. There are toilets a restaurant and a seasonal take-away.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. Ticket prices to change according to what events they do or don’t have on. Most events are around £12.00 per person online in advance.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
The National forest adventure farm is open all year round except for Christmas day, Boxing day and New Years day. For up to date opening times and dates please follow this link.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Information on accessibility the farm is wheelchair accessible.
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