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Redwings Caldecott, Fritton

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Really clean and tidy, horses look very content and healthy. Our grandchildren love it and both have a sponsored horse as do we.  more »
  • Redwings is free to enter and relies on donations alone. It is ideal for families with young children as there are lots of horses and donkeys to see. There is lots of information about the horses too ...  more »
  • Well where do I start! We visited Redwings on a whim as I've always loved horses and I must say I wish I'd known about it before! It was probably the highlight of my holiday! We arrived just as it ope...  more »
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  • Enjoyed a good couple of hours walking around and of course we had to try the cakes out in the cafe. The staff are always happy to help! I would definitely recommend it. 🐎
  • Great to support the cause on a great value day out. Perfect for our 3 year old and 6 month to survey and interrupt with play ground and lunch in the ample picnic space. Take sun cream on warm days as you'll walk quite a way if setting all the horses.
  • I like redwings for a nice quiet couple of hours out with the kids. Nice friendly place with a play area for smaller children. A nice cafe and good gift shop
  • Lovely well cared for animals. Wonderfully helpful staff. Brilliant day out. We visit at least twice during our week in Norfolk, and we have been going for over 15 years
  • A lovely family day out with walks around the horses and donkeys. Dogs are welcome on a lead. A small play area for children to play and a cafe serving hot and cold drinks and snacks.