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Langleybury Children’s Farm, Kings Langley

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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3.4/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • We had a fantastic birthday party here for my 6 year old boy and there is something for every child's interest. They offer a bouncy castle a few large play frames, foot ball pitch, plenty of ride-ons ...  read more »
  • Stumbled across this place by accident, really lovely and worth the £11 for family of four. Coffee shop as well and best of all for 50p a bag, you very to have feed sheep, goats, pigs and cows!! I thi...  read more »
  • Only open weekends and school holidays so check website for opening times/days. Field to park in. £3.50 for each adult and you buy the food for the animals £1 a bag and pay £1 extra on entry for bounc...  read more »
  • 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
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