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Windmill Hill City Farm, Bristol

(4.5/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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.
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  • I've been to other city farms and found there isn't much to do there and struggle to spend more than 30mins there with a toddler however, found this place had much more areas to explore. Great place. ...  more »
  • It's great to see city farms - such a contrast in the middle of unrelenting buildings, and this site is probably the best-organised one in Bristol. By the way, despite its name and the address given a...  more »
  • Free farm entry. Variety of animals for the kids to look at as well as doing events there. Cafe is being refurbished (Feb 2017) but food is tasty and reasonably priced - the plans show an impressive n...  more »
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  • Whet to celebrate their 40th birthday with them. Lots of events happening, live music, food stalls, and of course animals. Spread out over a larger area than I was expecting the farm is a great place to take the kids, they love seeing the animals and also playing in the park. A great way to spend an hour or two.
  • Although not as impressive as it once was, the City Farm is a charming and educational little break from the concrete jungle. A large daycare centre and some other actual profit organisations have taken over a large part of the grounds of the farm, limiting the number of animals and gardens still open to the public. Nonetheless, the City Farm is accesible free of charge and makes a lovely few hours of distraction especially for younger patrons. A unique family attraction near the heart of the city.
  • Lots to do. Good if you have a spare hour and like animals.
  • Great place. My son loved all the animals. :)
  • 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!