Park Hall Farm review

Sunday, 27 January 2013

We visited Park Hall Farm just before Christmas to see Santa and as family days out go, it was one of the best!
 
There is so much to do there, Liv was a little too young for some of it but really enjoyed what she could partake in.

Some of the things we saw were cow milking, a classic cars display, pony grooming, giant chess, 2 bouncy castles, (1 over 6 and 1 under 6) peddle tractor circuit, slides, craft areas, rabbit and guinea pig petting, pig racing, chickens, lamas and horses just to mention a few!
 
There is something to keep most ages of Children amused, most areas are wheelchair accessible, there was only one computer activity that was up a flight of stairs, everything else was at ground level with no steps to manoeuvre.



 
 
There are go carts, a science and illusion zone, baby changing facilities in the toilets, lots of hand washing facilities and alcohol gel dotted around.
 
Liv fell asleep for a while and we weren't brave enough to go on the tractor ride without a child! It looked like great fun being pulled along behind the tractor and was £1 per person including adults. 
 
There was so many activities for children to get involved in, also lots of areas to let of steam, indoor and outdoor play areas, soft play areas, sand play areas, ping pong, table football and giant outdoor space hoppers to name but a few.
 
 






The food area was full of picnic tables for you to eat your own food at, highchairs, 2 microwaves for warming baby food / milk. There is cafe for hot food, drinks and snack, they also sell baby food and ready made formula which I though was a very good idea.
I was quite surprised at how educational the majority of activities were. The Iron Age hut was amazing and really encouraged visitors to learn while having fun.
I haven't mentioned anywhere near of the things available to do at Park Hall Farm, I would DEFINITELY recommend a visit to my Friends and Family and fully intend to return on the spring to see the lambs.








She wasn't too sure about her first meeting with Santa but did enjoy her lovely teddy (while the 4 adults enjoyed a sherry and mince pie!)


 
As a family (Mummy, Daddy, Nanny, Grandad and of course Liv!) we would give Park Hall Farm 5 out of 5 and would love to hear what you think if you pay a visit.
 
 
Disclaimer - we were granted a free family pass for the purpose of the review, however all photographs and opinion is my own.