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Used to be Byker City Farm.

Great for adults and children alike. Houses various animals. Has a small cafe. Children were... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
sandymNewcastle
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newcastle
Great Lunch

We had a delicious lunch in the busy cafe of this vibrant city farm. The cafe was short staffed but... read more

Reviewed 7 September 2018
Martin N
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 28 August 2017

Called in at the end of our walk from the town centre via the Quayside on Ouseburn walk. Farm animals, big coos, sheep and pigs not forgetting the escaping chickens and ducks, rabits and turkeys. Wonderful time for the kids to view even touch the animals. Yea farmyard smells but that'spart of the experience. Has a small animal room and loos with good washing facilities.
Part of the farm is organically grown fruit and veg in polytunnels and its on sale.
No fee but donations keep the [place going. £2 well worth it.

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Reviewed 5 August 2017 via mobile

Fantastic little farm, free entry, donation only - can't complain!! Plenty for our 20 month old to look at. She especially loved the pigs and the degus. She also loved putting her donation in the box!

Little huts with small animals, fish and reptiles and pens with pigs, chickens, turkeys rabbits and guinea pigs etc Also a lovely garden walk.

Lots in the surrounding area too plenty of places to eat and drink but there is also a cafe as part of the farm although we had already eaten so didn't visit.

A lovely visit and we will return thank you!

1  Thank Samantha F
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Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

It was such a pleasure to have visit this little farm while lost in Newcastle. I definitely recommend to everyone to visit and take your kids with you

1  Thank Joseintown
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Reviewed 2 August 2017 via mobile

Disappointing visit today. Popped in for lunch after visiting seven stories. Menu limited. Waited a while standing at the counter to be served. Waited even longer for food to arrive during which time busy trying to entertain young children. Kids sandwiches came with cheese when we ordered ham. Had to wait for fresh ones made. Adult order came as a white panini instead of brown bread sandwich. Both orders completely wrong. Had lost the plot by this point, ate what we were given which wasn't great and went. Such a shame. Next time we'll eat inside seven stories.

2  Thank Globalduo
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Reviewed 23 June 2017

Hard to believe this is in the heart of the city. Good day out for all the family the kids will love it. Good selection of animals and information on all aspects of the farm.

1  Thank Michele B
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