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Langleybury Children’s Farm, Kings Langley

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  • Great family day out. so much to see and do and really engaging with the young children. Definitely going back in the summer when more animals are around and the feeding season is up.  more »
  • My daughter and son in law were over last weekend when the weather was beautiful. They love animals so I suggested there may be some new spring lambs at the children's farm. We were not disappointed. ...  more »
  • Langleybury Children's Farm is ideal for those whom it is intended, ie. Children. Please don't expect a fancy zoo or hi-tech farm because it's not but children love it. They can pet and feed the anima...  more »
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  • Good value for money for family entry, a range of different animals to see and my friends toddler loved being able to feed the animals and touch some of them in the petting zoo.
  • Not anywhere near sarratt. Sarratt is a good 6 or 7 miles away.
  • Its the perfect place to go with young kids. They have birds goats cows sheep pigs owls rabbits chicken all close so you can pat and feed the animals. Its a small place and always enjoyable for the kids there`s good hand washing and wc facilities along with a very reasonably priced cafe and climbing frames/slides.
  • Just got back from a lovely visit here with my 18 month old, lovely surroundings, friendly animals (ducks, chickens, sheep, pigs, rabbits, ferrets, owls, goats and gorgeous axis deer (bambi)). Lots of lovely toys (including a mini footie pitch and putting green) and climbing frames, plenty of seating and picnic areas and friendly helpful staff. I can imagine its not very good in the rain though. Yes its a bit rough round the edges and its not huge, but its £3 (adults £1.50 children) and its a charity. If your after a full day out with events this isnt it (after all you will be expecting to pay alot more for that) but if you want a nice afternoon wander and some friendly animals to meet then i couldnt fault it. Will definitely be back