Rare breed farm animals, demonstrations, adventure play areas and accommodation. Take the family to visit the Cotswold Farm Park in Gloucestershire.
Guiting Power, Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, GL54 5UG
Tel: 01451 850307
Animals, Gardens and Open Spaces, Indoor Activities, Outdoor Activities, Trips and Transport
All ages, Schools and Groups
Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park near Cheltenham ticks all the boxes for a fantastic kids day out! Educational and fun, this wonderful farm park is packed with things to do and see whatever the weather.
The park opened to the public in 1971 and was the first of its kind in the world. Tour the paddocks to meet and feed a variety of farm animals including rare breeds of sheep, cattle and goats. It is a great chance to see animals farmed by our ancestors.
In the Animal Barn there are seasonal farming demonstrations including lambing and kidding and shearing. You will find the youngest residents of the Farm Park in the Discovery Barn where visitors can get up close to rabbits and guinea pigs.
There is a two-mile wildlife walk offering a chance to enjoy a variety of native animals and plants as you explore the beautiful Cotswold countryside. Allow plenty of time for the kids to enjoy the fabulous play areas with Aerial Play, Bouncy Pillows, indoor play and more. Younger children can get behind the wheel in the Tractor School.
Bags of animal snacks can be bought onsite at Admissions. You will find more than enough to keep everyone busy for a whole day so why not extend your visit and stay over? Stays in their lodges, glamping tents, pods and on their touring and camping pitches include free entry to the Farm Park for the duration of your stay.
Please see the Cotswold Farm Park’s website for further information.