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Hatfield Park Farm, Hatfield

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  • A great farm near to Hatfield House. All animals look in good condition you can buy feed to feed them which is great fun. They were doing lots of work when visited so will be good to go back to see wh...  more »
  • This is my favourite place to visit when i need a lift of happiness. I'm a student living in Hatfield, it's something fun to do with your friends who also love farm animals, it's right by the station ...  more »
  • The Farm is really good. A nice size with lots of farm animals to feed. Kids loved getting up close to the lambs. Tractor ride is cool. Nice picnic shelter. Nice assault course. Train ride is dull - n...  more »
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  • Plenty of animals to see and feed, and different play areas to keep the children entertained. There are free tractor rides throughout the day and a miniature railway (additional fee). The admission price also gives you access to the nearby Bloody Hollow playground, which has swings, slides and climbing frames.
  • 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
  • Great day out for families with kids!!
  • The play area is quite small not really worth visiting