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Hatfield Park Farm, Hatfield
(3.7/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
Opens Saturday 12th March until Sunday 30th October 2016. Open 10am to 5.30pm, Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays.

Last entry to the Farm will be at 4.30pm when the animals start going to bed.

Hatfield Park Farm will also be open on Mondays during the Hertfordshire School Holidays.

Admission prices for Bloody Hollow and Hatfield Park Farm during 2016 will be:

Adults £5.00, Children £2.50

£1 Entrance fee to Bloody Hollow Play Area when Farm ticket is not purchased.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Farm fine with plenty of room. Leave scooters in the car. We came for Halloween crafts which comprised of colouring (I can do that at home) and pumpkin carving which cost 3 quid for a pumpkin...so did...  more »
  • My Son in Law and 2 granddaughters went here for a few hours , while my daughter held her baby shower at home with all her friends. Getting to Hatfield House Park Farm is fairly easy if you follow the...  more »
  • Well - so much more than I thought!! The farm ticket includes a tractor ride and a brilliant imaginative play area for all ages called 'Bloody Hollow' - which we said a lot! You have to pay extra for ...  more »
Google
  • The play area is small, in disrepair and although it would keep the children entertained for a while it is not worth paying extra money for. The coffee vendor had no coffee or sink to wash her hands in. The farm itself consisted of mainly goats, pigs and sheep, it was nice to see them and the children enjoyed but they had absolutely no shade (it was a very hot day) and no stimulation, literally just fields. The tractor ride although free didn't really captivate and we were not only told to hurry up twice but also that we had to squeeze in tighter (some women had to sit on the floor). The other staff were lovely although seemed overworked and lacked training. I found a total of 2 bins in the whole place and the washing stations ad absolutely no soap (not to mention how unclean they were to wash in). Most of all, not great for babies, absolutely no shade (unless you pay extra for the play area). I am not usually one to complain but really was disappointed with this place.
  • Visited this week with a toddler and baby but found no shade available for us in the animal park on a very hot day. The play areas were disappointing as most apparatus ( eg poles and ropes ) were totally unsuitable for a toddler or age group for whom the park is most appropriate. ( 1 baby swing ). Perhaps some shade and toddler apparatus could be provided in the central picnic area. Unfortunately no animal food was available early p m
  • The play area is quite small not really worth visiting
  • From North London is about 30 minutes by car. In families with children to a kindergarten place sand and small toys and animals like, not even what is pretty good so far. You can play at Hatfield House athletic facilities in a large fine and buy a ticket for the farm next to the. I came at 1 pound, this facility only has a large family. Actually took advantage of it.
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