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Odds Farm Park, High Wycombe

(3.8/5 based on 480+ reviews on the web)
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  • Very good day out! The staff were friendly and helpful. The selection of animals was very good with lots of informative information given. Feeding times were a lot of fun. There were lots of other act...  more »
  • We visited here last week with a 2 year old. It was pretty expensive as they charged £13+ for her. 2 adult tickets were around £14 each. We loved feeding the goats and sheep and being able to pet the ...  more »
  • This is the second party that I have been to at this place and the venue is great, indoor play area with a cafe, outdoor soft play and sand pit, plus the animals, clean facilities and three party room...  more »
  • I have just taken my son, who is 17 months, here today and found it a really enjoyable experience. The park seemed to be laid out beautifully, with plenty of places to wash hands and also toilets and baby changes. The staff were very friendly be super excited which is really nice to see. The animals all seemed happy and content and most of all loved. The food I found was a bit on the pricey side and of not a very good standard at all really. The soft play was of a very good clean and safe standard and my son loved it, lots of spaces to sit down too. The park as a whole is a little over priced, as in 10 pound for an adult when taking a child is quite a lot of money to be honest, but does seem a good idea to get the annual passes. So all in all quite happy.
  • Definitely an enjoyable family day out. We are never disappointed on our visits. My son always enjoys himself. Love the variety and now there are newly built additional areas such as a huge sand play area and climbing frames. I do think its a little pricey and have considered buying an annual pass as we go at least 2/3 times a year but feel there should be a discount for the adult pass if purchased with a child ticket. Iv given a 4* because the food was not great. I ordered fish and chips for the kids which were dried out and hard and overcooked. I ordered a bean burger and the bun was dry and seemed like it was not a fresh bun. The kids didnt finish their food and neither did i. Food is very over priced. So packed lunch next time. Apart from this pretty good.
  • Fantastic fun for all. It's come a long way over the years and caters to all tastes. Plenty if space for special events like birthday parties. If you are mad about farm animals then this is perfect. The play areas for kids are amazing and caters for all ages. Definitely a place to visit often. You can buy food, snacks and drinks on site or bring a picnic. Make it a place to visit.
  • Great place for kids my 1 year old loves the animals and soft play. But expensive for a one off visit.
  • A lovely place for children, also providing gluten- free food, which is important for us. Children have a hard time leaving!