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Windmill Animal Farm, Burscough

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 220+ reviews on the web
windmill animal farm was first open to the public back in 1992 and offers visitors the chance to experiance the actual running of a working farm,whist still having the chance to watch,feed and play with the animals.
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  • Met with my lovely friend and his son with my daughter, had lunch and coffee. Excellent service from happy pleasant staff. Great atmosphere catered for disabled access and prams. Toilets easy accessib...  read more »
  • Visited here with my 10 & 2 year old on a nice sunny day. Easy to find not to far from martin mere. Nice indoor cafe with benches and tables outside, some next to the kids outdoor playground for picni...  read more »
  • A fab place for the day with kids and the train ride is fab....defo worth a visit with the kids and good for adults too 
  • Lovely day! All animals are well looked after...cleanliness is of a high standard! Wash stations all over farm. Children loved it. Will be visiting again next year if not before ☺
  • We took our wee girl here and she enjoyed it...maybe not as much as I did! Lovely big farm with lots of goats, sheep, pigs, cattle, horses, ducks, chickens, lambs, even a snake! Had a fab day and then to finish off we went inside to their big soft play and cafe area, really impressed.
  • Great place for a family day out, lots to do along with just seeing farm animals. They have a awesome out door area with zip line, park, ride on tractors and powered excavators. Food is top and freshly cooked. A must go place.
  • A good day or for a family with young children . A family ticket for £25 gets you in and there's a range of animals for the kids to engage with, including wallabies. There's lamb feedinge times a day and birds of prey to handle. There's a decent café and an indoor picnic area as well as two indoor play areas and a good range of play equipment outside. There's also a small gauge railway with a train rescued from the Liverpool garden festival (you have to pay extra) which runs every half hour and takes you to another play area. I would add that all the staff I engaged with were both friendly and helpful
  • Poor value for money. The train ride was not included in admission and there was no critters or birds of prey area as advertised outside. Not much to do once you've fed the animals. On the plus side, the staff were lovely.
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