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Ash End House Children's Farm

#3 of 34 things to do in Tamworth Features Animals
Ash End House Farm Middleton Lane, Tamworth B78 2BL, England
+44 121 329 3240
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Feeding the goats

Nice friendly staff, plenty to do and look at. Wish we'd had more time as got there late but it did... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sarah J
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Warrington, United Kingdom
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Great place, shame about the ticket salelady

Visited here today with grandchildren and went to office to buy tickets for soft play. Was told... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
ettyspagetti
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We are a small, family owned childrens farm, which has been operating for over 30 years. We have lots of friendly farm animals, mostly undercover so weather does not cause any problems, we also have The Big Play Barn on site, which is a newly built indoor soft play centre. The Big Play Barn has its owe review page on trip advisor and you can look at their web page and facebook for more info. The farm is Ideal for all visitors who love animals and wish to have close contact with them. Plenty of handwashing facilities, ample free parking and activities throughout the day. The main daily activities include holding a baby chicken and bunny, go on a egg hunt to find a freshly laid egg from the Hen House, sit on the pony or shire horse! We also run the tractor and trailer ride everyday and children get a bucket of feed for the animal (except horses). There are extra activities that we put on thoughout the year and we also put on special events days so look out on facebook page and on our webpage for more info. On our farm we have falconary centre which puts on displays everyday (weather dependant) and we breed our Shire Horses in our Shire Horse Centre. All the activities are included in the farm admission price
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Ash End House Farm Middleton Lane, Tamworth B78 2BL, England
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+44 121 329 3240
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Nice friendly staff, plenty to do and look at. Wish we'd had more time as got there late but it did mean that it was emptying out so not overly busy considering it was a beautiful warm Saturday. My two year old enjoyed feeding the...More

Thank Sarah J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Visited here today with grandchildren and went to office to buy tickets for soft play. Was told very rudely it's nothing to do with here. Go back to car park and follow signs. So we did and found a very helpful young lady to pay...More

Thank ettyspagetti
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We go every year to see the lambs and have a fantastic visit. Brilliant value for money and very well set out. Every year something new and the care for the animals is brilliant

Thank Tania C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Attended for a kids party. Plenty to see and do. Children love this place and it's great for anyone who is thinking about going. Food is a tad on the greasy chip side but otherwise very good.

Thank Docmatt
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Visited today and was very impressed! Plenty of activities going on all day! My 6 year old son loved his time here and wanted to return the next day. Probably would recommend taking your own food as it can be pricy! We will return here...More

Thank Luke C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Just visited Ash End Farm with my 2 year old and she loved it. Staff are friendly and knowledgeable and great variety of animals to see. Reasonably priced we will be back soon.

Thank Sara H
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We have been to Ash End house Farm a few times with our young grandchildren aged 2-5 and I think it is a wonderful place, especially when compared to other similar places which charge a lot more and offer a lot less. It is so...More

1  Thank maharg56
Reviewed 23 May 2017 via mobile

Such a wonderful place for everyone we frequented here when my children were small and now revisiting with friends young children an amazing day out however quite expensive if you do indoor bounce and farm experience

Thank Sue F
Reviewed 19 May 2017

We took our son here for his second birthday. It's a well thought out farm with plenty of small animals (rabbits, ducks, chickens, guinea pigs) for the youngest children, as well as lambs, goats, cows & horses. There's plenty of outdoor playgrounds too which my...More

Thank Furney19
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Really Good Birthday for a 2 year okd and nursery friends. He really loved it. A little expensive on the food side for Burgers etc but a fun day for all when it came to the animals.

Thank Charlie L
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Alison S
can we get pony rides or just sit on pony?
1 June 2017|
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Response from Claire T | Reviewed this property |
They do a pony ride around the farm
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Jackie D
I know you take in rabbits and Guinea pigs when we go on holiday but do you take birds like canaries?
18 July 2016|
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Response from 1985cameron | Reviewed this property |
Yes we can board birds while your on holiday, they stay in our office, you must bring cage, food etc with you though.. It's either 3 or £4 a day. Ring the office 01213293240 for more info, thanks - Staff
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JOHN L
A map of the farm outlay would be handy
28 May 2016|
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Response from Greg R | Property representative |
We do give out a hygiene leaflet with a map on which you get when you pay your farm admission
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