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Rays Farm, Bridgnorth

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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3.9/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • Visited rays farm today with friends and our two children aged 2 & 5. The admission price is far to high. With other farms which are must better charging only £4.95 I don't know how they can justify c...  read more »
  • My husband and I have always worked in customer-facing/day-out industries and were a bit disappointed with our visit. Firstly, the animals look well cared for, and although a few of the pens by the ea...  read more »
  • At £30 for the Family ticket I thought at first it was expensive, but realised later that we got good value. Plenty of grounds and animals They loved the goats and especially loved being able to groom...  read more »
  • This is a smashing rural place for the kids to see Red Deer, rare breed Sheep, Ponies, Llama and Alpacas. Farm animals galore. There is plenty of parking here. There are Woodland Walks, play areas and a cafe that also has a varied food menu. Pay by cash or card. Staff here helpful and friendly. Accessibility has been considered. Open mainly from February to October.
  • Took our 4 year old here a few weeks ago and she loved every minute and so did we. Such a great day out and full of discovery and great value for money too. Will definately go back there again.
  • Nice day out. Good farm and woodland walk
  • A lovely day out for the kids with enough animals to interact with and a nice trail to walk.
  • Lovely place went with free tickets for the kids so only paid for adults 8.50p each, I thought a lot at time, but would buy amily ticket next time. we had good day out and kids loved it, spent all day there, had to drag them away. they loved walking through the woods looking at carvings, we all enjoyed that, nice places by steam, take boots to paddle, we ate picnic by stream too. Paths are wood chipped, weren't muddy, we did both walks, a lot of work gone into the walks,. small play area which suited my 5 and 10 year old and ride on bikes in doors, cafe and prices looked good, lots of animals to feed,we made bag of food last all day. Lack of hand washing facilities by animals though, had to go to Loos, but that's the only bad point! Kids loved going in the field of goats, if you are after quiet peaceful scenic surroundings then this is a must. The whole place felt safe. People who Like to be entertained and don't appreciate the countryside prob won't Like it here!
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