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Mead Open Farm, Billington

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  • We stayed at the cottage on the farm for a week, so were able to visit every day. Our party included two children aged 1 and 3yrs. We were able to show them something new every day and they loved it. ...  more »
  • I went too many times and never regreat it .....great staff ,everything was clean ....and the kids had a blast....always asking to go back....a must do if you are in leighton buzzard.  more »
  • Lovely farm in a wonderful setting with different play areas. My girls particularly enjoyed the sand pit, the pillows and feeding the goats. We had two vouchers offering a free entrance for children e...  more »
  • Entertained the kids (4 & 7) for an entire day. Great indoor play area and lots to do outside. The new Maize Maze was fun as were the bouncing pillows, (although would be nice if they had staff to enforce the rules as some older children were being a bit rough!). Good selection of farm animals to see and always a talk or feeding going on. Nice to see they take animals (bunnies in this case) from rescue homes. Really nice that the climbing wall and high ropes (and low ropes for younger children) are all included in the entry price.
  • I went hear recently with my wife and 21 month year old son for a special Halloween event. Really good event just a bit expensive like everywhere else these days, still far less expensive than a zoo. The reason they don't get 5 stars is very slow disorganised food cafe service. When you order something you can see already cooked and in front of your eyes it shouldn't take that long to put it onto a plate.
  • It's so lovely. Saw all the farm animals children could have a good time looking at and learning. Rabbits, chickens, ponies, pigs, goats, sheep, cows.. you name it. It's a fun day out on a good day.
  • We went for the freaky funfest. My 8 year old really enjoyed herself apart from being scared of some of the attractions. Staff were really kind and helpful, especially when I had a problem with my mobile phone. Food prices were on the high side but to be honest they always are on days out. The only bit we found a little bit dissapointing was the tractor ride as there wasnt many animals to see and we couldnt really understand what the driver was telling us about them , however it was an experience. The farm has definitely improved over the years, I really hope it continues. A nice day out
  • Great farm. Plenty of activities for my 4-year old both - indoor and outdoor. Quite pricey for one off visit but definitely recommended