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Chew Valley Country Farm, Chew Magna

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.4/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web
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  • I've read reviews about this place being pricey and small... I personally think it's great value for money! (In comparison to other zoo farms in the area!!!) Speaking to staff, I get the impression th...  read more »
  • Really lovely place to visit, nice views of the lakes and surrounding hills. Lots of animals to feed and see. Small wooden playground for the under 6's. Go karting (cost £1 for a short ride) and crazy...  read more »
  • Took our 16 month old here for the day and had a great time. This place is immaculate and the overall experience is lovely. Lovely staff, loads of different animals that are really well cared for, gre...  read more »
  • Lovely local children's farm. The stand out feature is that it's perched on a hill and goes absolutely stunning views of the countryside and it if you get their fairly late you notice the silence of the countryside. They have a massive selection of animals but watch out each of the kids rides are still charged at a pound a go despite charging a Dailey expensive ticket price. Another drawback is that even if you arrive 30 minutes before closing time they still charge full price. It would be great if they had a reduced rate for afternoon visitors. Overall we had a lovely time and would thoroughly recommend visiting
  • A very enjoyable visit to a relatively new venture.the owner and staff are very friendly and helpful. hand feeding the wallabies was fun for kids (and some of the bigger kids). The programme for expansion is on going and we plan to visit again later in the year. There is a small cafe and shop with reasonably priced food and goods. With a nice view across the Chew valley to the Mendip hills. Not quite a full day out at the moment but we'll worth the visit and with the expansion program there will always be something different for later visits.
  • I'm very in pressed by the staff and workers The animals are very friendly
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