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Fairytale Farm, Chipping Norton
(2.8/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
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  • We visit the farm on occasion as its half way to my daughters grandparents. We saw they had a grotto and so booked it hoping it would be completely opposite to the impersonal places near us i.e Milton...  more »
  • We went to Fairytale Farm on a whim last Sunday. Weather was good and the place was great! Got there around 3:45pm, and my four year old son loved it. We visited took MouseTown there times during our ...  more »
  • We had high hopes based on the brochure, but this is a narrow strip of land with a small porta-cabin housing a basic cafe, some gaudy plastic fairground animals with sound effects (although my daughte...  more »
  • This is a lovely farm, better for the under 10s than over 10s. We visited with our younger children and they loved the animals, the adventure play area and especially pressing all the buttons in the gardens. Rubber duck racing, water play and the delightful mouse village were their favourite things. We also liked the cafe. The food was home made and very reasonably priced. We will definitely be back.
  • It's a good place for under 5's. Our 2 year old enjoyed it a lot. Smaller place than the leaflet suggests, probably a 3 hour maximum visit. With lunch too.
  • It was: Dirty, old, scruffy and there was very limited activities to do! I'd say it's suitable for Children under 10 but not over 10. That's if you like: Playgrounds, Indoor playing area with toys etc.. The cafe was relatively cheap but the ticket prices are quite expensive. Child ticket: £5.25 (3-16yrs) and Adult ticket: £5.50. I'm 13 and the only thing that I enjoyed was seeing and feeding the animals!
  • What a lovely Bsnk Holiday with the family was Grandsons 4th Birthday and enjoyed it so did his Cousins. Weather was fab he enjoyed feeding animals and duck race was very good for youngsters. We are glad we got there as soon as it opened was busy when we left. Plenty of picnic areas as well
  • It is clearly a work in progress but a good way to spend a couple of hours and the entrance price reflects this. Kids loved the variety of different things as well as the friendly animals - just don't expect to spend more than a couple of hours, especially with older kids...