We found the park pretty easily after travelling up on the M42 and the A38. Lucky as it was my first long trip in a few years.
We started the day with a tractor ride around the farm, we had to spot the scarecrows along the way. The Littlies found this really exciting, but I do believe it was OH who was shouting out 'Scarcrow' the loudest.
A big favourite was the Quad Barrel Ride, where they rode around a mini maze in big barrels.
We then went to look at the animals. Here are some of the smaller ones. Throughout the day there are animal demonstrations to help you learn more about the animals and how they are cared for.
We had lunch at the restaurant which was really busy. We had to wait quite a while for our food, but it was nice when it arrived and lovely big portions which meant it was worth the cost. If you don't want to dine at the restaurant you can go to the smaller cafe or bring a picnic. There is even an option to purchase a picnic and then you can eat outside in one of the picnic areas.
One of our favourite activities of the day was making scarecrows. The Farm is attempting to break the Guinness World Record for the largest display of scarecrows which is currently 3311 and is held in Cincinnati. You can take a scarecrow with you or make one in the scarecrow workshop. We had loads of fun making ours which were numbers 1951, 1952,1953. I really hope they reach their target and break the record.
Sticking with the theme of Scarecrows the farms 11th annual Maize Maze features the Scarecrow's Wedding, the new book from Julia Donaldson. There is a quiz you can do on the way around the maze by finding the clues. We didn't manage to do the complete maze as it is over 3 miles of pathways and bridges. We managed the shorter flower maze and found the Wedding Scene in the big maze. It was all very exciting, but also very tiring, especially for Star. (Maybe we should have tried it out earlier before her energy was waning.)
We had a fabulous day and would love to go back again sometime. I thought the entry price looked a little high at first, but I didn't really know what to expect and there is really so much to see and do the price seems very reasonable. Tickets are around £9.75 each with under 2s free. It's cheaper to go in the winter and off peak.
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Disclaimer: We were given free admission to the farm for the purpose of this review all thoughts and opinions are my own.