Windmill Hill City Farm, Bristol
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
The Farm aims to connect, empower and educate people in its locality by providing a mix of resources and activities. As well as a farmyard and gardens it has an adventure playground, a children's day nursery, and runs many groups for people with support needs at specific times of their life.It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Windmill Hill City Farm and many more Bristol attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Bristol travel itinerary maker.
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Great fun with our three year old Granddaughter talking to the animals. Plus we had a delicious lunch for all three of us at the Cafe.
This is my go to place when i don't know what to do with my little boy. Its FREE, the staff are amazingly friendly and there is so much to keep us entertained. the farm animals are great for little on... read more »
This little farm is great for any day out. It is charity ran. The people are so friendly. You can even have children's party's there. It is wonderful. Went with my nephew and niece and they enjoyed it... read more »
I love this place!! It's a great day out with kids, having fun learning about animals and wildlife. The cafe is AMAZING and incredibly well priced, with all the profits going back into the farm. Another great place to visit in Bristol!!
Great place for families. Free entry, and lots to do for children of all ages. Nice coffee in the café for the big kids too .
See animals, eat lovely healthy food and a walk in the nature is always an adventure! There is also a beautiful shops with unique artistic items!
An incredible place that provides so much for the community. A perfect sanctuary in the middle of the city with animals, plants, loads of activities for kids through the holidays, a place of education, and an incredible nursery that provides the best childcare a parent could hope for. Great cafe and farm shop too!
Walk through the gates and forget for a while that you are so close to the hellpit of human misery, Asda, which is just down the road. See some animals (real ones, not the kind in Asda), wander around the beds of flowers and vegetables and buy some fresh produce from the little shop. The farm is a haven of peace that deserves the support of the community, pay them a visit.
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