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Greenmeadow Community Farm, Cwmbran

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Opening Hours & Admission Costs

Open 10am - 5pm (last entry 4pm) Adult: £5.75 Child (2+): £4.65 Family (2 adults & 3 children): £20.00


Standard Yearly Pass: Adult: £23.00 Child (2+): £18.60 Family (2 adults & 3 children): £80.00, Gold Pass Adult: £40, Child (2+) £40, Family (2 adults & 3 children) £150

CLOSED 24th December - 31st January
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  • Has very much gone downhill used to be loads to do and see. Now primarily empty fields the bottom end of farm used to have a. Wee river and rhea birds and dear they are all gone not a lot to see here ...  read more »
  • The farm is not a full blown farm but rather a small animal interaction site with most of the small animals you would ecpect, It is a great experience fot the you say up to 10 years old especially wit...  read more »
  • What a great place to visit I must say the staff were lovely from the lovely friendly greeting on arrival the kind helpful staff in the very nice little café and everyone we encountered the animals we...  read more »
  • Wonderful place to take little ones. Next bank holiday I will know to get there earlier as it was vet busy.
  • i had so much fun today at greenmeadow farm and the animals are so great to meet
  • We went during the summer holidays and it was not at all busy and there were lots of activities for children (mine are 5 and 7). Admission at £18.80 for a family of 4 is very reasonable and includes a free tractor ride round the wider part of the farm where most of the animals are kept, with lots of info about the animals. There is enough to fill a full day out. Cafe has healthy, decent home cooked food/sandwiches and good coffee, or there are lots of benches to have your own picnic, if you want to save money. Tesco Days Out vouchers are accepted which gives you almost free admission. You can buy special feed for the animals at 50p a bag, wash pigs, watch animals being fed, feed baby goats in spring, cuddle guinea pigs and rabbits and see milking displays and there are craft activities. It's a great day out for a great price.
  • nice place for children. gorgeous animals, but too pricey for families. not enough there to warrant price.
  • Great
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