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A family-friendly museum on a peaceful riverside site with friendly farm animals, working watermill and interactive displays. Explore fields and woodland walks, join in daily demonstrations and activities, and let the kids go wild in playgrounds...more
Took grandchildren age 7 and 5 weather was kind so had a fab day out. Very friendly professional staff who take time with the kids to explain what's going on. Kids had a ball go carts, static play trains, animals you could be interactive with,...More
Went here for the first time today was really good the kids had a great time on the tractor ride and the train loved seeing all the animals and playing at the park and on the trampolines. Very well laid out was quite busy but...More
Had a great day out here, spent about five hours wandering around and feeding the calves. My granddaughter absolutely loved it. Plenty to do and see and an excellent museum too. Super cafe, not too expensive either. Really lovely friendly helpful informative staff. Altogether a...More
I took my two boys here after not having been for a while. We all had a great time and spent at least 4 hours here seeing all the attractions and animals, including the maze. You can eat at the cafe or bring a picnic...More
My son really enjoys almondvalley, it has enough to keep him interested and aslong as the weather is onside it can be a full day out. My only complaint would be that the soft play isn’t included in the entry fee but even so it...More
Just getting round to writing my review now, but it really has been my top find so far this year and I would recommend it to everyone! I met my sister and nieces (7,11 &1) with my own 1.5 year old just after opening and...More
Good mix of history with the museum and country walks with the animals and plants on display as well as the treasure hunt. A few play areas that are located both central to the main area of the park and some further out meant the...More
Visiting family in Scotland who took us to see this heritage centre. It was most enjoyable looking around but was rather disappointed about the food and the prices in the cafe. The burgers ordered were good but the toasties were just a couple of slices...More
We arrived at 11am and stayed until 4pm. We visited with a 1, 2, 3, 5 and 8 year old - they all loved it!
When you enter from the visitors centre there is a tractor/trailer ride (8 mins) leaving on the hour every hour...More
As a charity for learning and heritage, we aim to maintain admission charges at levels that are affordable to all, (just compare our prices with those of other farm parks in Scotland). Standard day admission charges... More
As a charity for learning and heritage, we aim to maintain admission charges at levels that are affordable to all, (just compare our prices with those of other farm parks in Scotland). Standard day admission charges are:
Retired (state pension age) £6.50
Children (aged 3-15) £6.50
We also offer a discount for larger family groups,
2 adults and 2 children £28.00
2 adults and 3 children £33.50
2 adults and 4 children £39.00
Unaccompanied children are not admitted.
Additional charges are made for play sessions in our indoor soft play area (£1 per 30min), and for seasonal tractor rides (50p per person) and train rides (£1.00 per person)