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We were gifted tickets in exchange for coverage. We absolutely love getting out in Herts & Essex for days out. In recent months we’ve been to World of Dinosaurs and even as far South-West as Peppa Pig World! Sometimes you just want to be near to home for a day out and this is why Willow’s Farm was the day out of choice recently for Thomas & Daisy.
What facilities do they have at Willow’s Farm?
They have food & drinks, LOTS of daily events (even outside of the kid’s holidays!), activity day camps, Peter Rabbit’s adventure playground, tractor rides, the farmyard, an animal feeding area, Peter Rabbit’s woodland play trail, an under 5’s play area, an indoor play barn and much more. Basically, Willow’s farm is much more than just a farm! There is a whole array of structured activities on throughout the day, in various locations, or you can just choose to explore the farm and come across any daily activities as you’re making your way around.
During the weekdays, during term time, they have a fantastic schedule of events. During Thomas & Daisy’s visit, they had funfair rides, tractor rides, sheep races, a Lily Bobtail show, Peter Rabbit show and much more. There were literally activities available all day from 10am – 4:30pm which is absolutely fantastic as these are included in the price of your ticket, at least the ones Daisy enjoyed were anyway!
While visiting Willow’s Farm Thomas & Daisy were really pleased to see that all of the animals seemed well cared for. Also, where it was possible to feed animals there were little areas set up to prevent you touching animals that may give you a nip etc. This was great as it meant that Daisy could roll the animal food down a little tube and could still get to see the animals fed with the food that had been purchased especially for them on site for just £1.
Daisy seemed to have such a wonderful day exploring, running in the various playgrounds, seeing the animals and looking at all of the Peter Rabbit characters. It was a glorious day, as you can see from the photographs, and this made the day even more enjoyable for Thomas & Daisy. There were lots of places to stop for a rest and the lunch on site was nice too, and reasonably priced for this type of day out with lunch costing around £7-£8 for an adult. It was tasty too according to Thomas!
You can find out more about Willow’s Farm by visiting their website.
We only live down the road so I’m sure we’ll be heading back for another visit soon! If you’re local, like us, then why not check out some of these other local attractions?
Take a look at our day at Willow’s Farm
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