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Christmas Tree Farm, Bromley
(3.9/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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  • I took my 2yr old grand-daughter for the day. She had such a good time. It's such a lovely place to take children of any age. She was able to get close enough to the animals to feed them and still sta...  more »
  • Visited with my sister, niece and great niece. £4 each to get in children under two free. We brought a small and large bucket to feed the animals. Loads of goats ducks chickens etc to feed. Also ponys...  more »
  • Lovely small farm. Suitable for younger children. Pleasant way to spend a couple of hours. Reasonable price. 
  • Has a few benches, good amount of parking, good choice of food in the canteen, a tea room. Good enough size of farm for kids to take food baskets for a pound (small) or 1.50 for a large one. Toilets were clean and hand washing facilities with hand dryers was added bonus. Would definitely take little one there Adults 4 pound and kids over 2 - 2 pounds entrance ticket.
  • Cheap to get in and a very up-close experience for the children. Hand-feeding farm animals, many of which are able to free-roam (larger/bitier animals are behind fences). Given the quantity of animal slobber, the washing facilities are also decent. The food more of a tuck-shop affair and the variety of animals isn't great (but then, it's farm animals), but children love being able to feed animals by hand (£1 a bucket for carrots and/or oats etc.), as do the adults!
  • Great for younger kids as you get very close to the animals and they love to be fed! Its only £1.50 for the feed
  • We love CTF! It's very cheap to get in and the animal food is only £1 for a small bucket or £1.50 for the large. On Monday I took 3 girls aged from 5 to a very sophisticated 11 year old and they all completely loved the afternoon.
  • Lovely little farm with friendly animals. Horses seemed to only be interested in food and I did get bit, but overall a decent experience.