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Finkley Down Farm Park, Andover

(4.4/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
A family run children's farm with all the character of a traditional farm but in a safe, secure, friendly environment. With animal interactions and lots of play equipment suitable for all age ranges.
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  • Visited here in October half term with friends and family and there is loads to do for children of all ages. We could quite easily have stayed outside the whole day as there is so much to do just outs...  more »
  • A great day was had at Finkley Christmas. The personalised passports were an instant hit with the children. The staff as ever were brilliant and so entered into it all. Father Christmas was great and ...  more »
  • No question Finkley Farm is as advertised. Loads of animals that children can pet and touch, a large outdoor play area and a fairly substantial indoor soft play area for younger children or for those ...  more »
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  • 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.
  • The only reason we went to the farm was for the teenage mutant ninja turtles who were visiting that day. If they hadn't been there then this would have been a rather pointless day out. It's quite small in comparison to other farm parks nearby but it's priced similarly. The play barn seemed quite well equipped but on a hot day in August, you just couldn't stay in there for too long as there wasn't a hint of air conditioning. The animals' enclosures seemed generally pretty small and you couldn't feed many of the animals.
  • Great place for the kids. One of the best farms around. Soft play, great park, trampolining, animal petting and feeding, and a large eating area and restaurant. Really good day out.
  • Great for little people! So much to do and the annual pass for locals is a steal! The annual pass means you will always have something to do when your struggling to keep the kids entertained!
  • Love coming here, they are continuing to add to it and the indoor soft play area is great if the weather is not good.