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Acorn Farm, Liverpool

(4.2/5 based on 280 reviews on the web)
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  • Good little farm to take the kids, you can feed the pigs and chickens and there is a little park too. To be honest you can only spend a couple of hours here max but this is reflected in the price as i...  more »
  • we often go here, mainly when its sunny. The place is like a small farm with tots attractions/rides. The food is cooked with their own ingredients such as goat cheese etc' If you have a couple of hour...  more »
  • Cheap as chips to get in. Lots to see. Petting area. Easy to find. Worth a visit. You CNN feed the animals for £1 
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  • Small and quick to get round. If it's busy, book he petting zoo before it sells out and don't bother buying the food as the animals will all be full. You can manage an hour easy sometimes two and half if you stretch it out with a cafe visit and time on the play area. Not really for older kids unless you want to do some volunteer work :) wellies handy in places but you can manage easily without.
  • Nice and cheap to get in, great place for small children. Not too big to get around and has as decent little park too. Staff are all friendly. I would recommend it for families.
  • My wife and i took our two granddaughters aged 3 and 11 to this little farm. It was enlightening in this day and age to find a children's venue that does not rip you off. There was plenty of animals to see and feed. Bags of feed could be bought for 50p. We had a snack lunch which was well presented and at a good price. One thing my wife and i noticed was the valuable work being done by the many disabled people, all credit to them and Acorn Farm. The playground was a hit, keeping our granddaughters occupied for a couple of hours. Those critics who feel this venue is not what they expected, would do well to realise that this is a working farm and not an expensive zoo. We will certainly recommend Acorn Farm to our Friends and Family. Bryan and Val.
  • A lovely friendly little farm x the kids and adults loved it. Looking forward to going away x
  • Lovely place for kids and the food is very good at very reasonable price. All the staff are friendly and so are most of the animals