Finkley Down Farm Park, Andover
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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We visited, family of three, including a toddler, over Bank Holiday weekend. I have never visited before, and feel we have an excellent local venue with lots to do, and somewhere we could spend a day ... read more »
As a farm, this place is pretty disappointing. The farm is small and seems majorly run down and in need of much love. It seems money has been directed away from the farm towards place areas. There is ... read more »
We love this gem we have been coming here for over 20 years bringing our own children and now our grandchildren it has grown bigger over the years which has made this even better, children love the an... read more »
This continually updated working farm-cum-exhibition recently adds a raptor display of various owls, hawks, and eagles to the llama and pig racing, small mammal runs, big mammal pens, and rabbit and pony handling. The farm manages to mix children's play areas into itself without seeming tacky as if the animals were an add on attraction. The farm does well to explain the history of these animals and their uses as all as their current roles (mainly, being cared for as they're adorable). Currently in the middle of a revamp phase, several well loved set pieces including the venerable play frame combine harvester are getting some love. Meanwhile there are net e enclosed trampolines, ride on tractors, and a big sandpit. Watch the animals grow through the year from babes to adults as the staff update status boards in the pens with an annual pass. Service discount is available.
Best place for kidds in UK. Good is also good, though Kitchen is closing near 4 pm. Lots of indoor and outdoor activites. Plus animals
Great day out for the Kids, Lots of animals to see, good indoor and outdoor play areas. Food only average, recommend a packed lunch!
Great for the kids, the addition of an indoor play area was such a good idea for rainy days. Not 5 stars because the café staff as always miserable and abrupt, all other staff are lovely.
We've been to a few farm parks, but this was by far the most organised, best laid out, along with being packed with things to do. We visited during Spring half term, and there was the huge softplay, animals, outdoor playground, along with bottle feeding lambs, a falconry display, and the wonderful family entertainer Nutty Noah. Only criticism was the speed of the restaurant - they needed more than one person serving.
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