Acorn Farm, Liverpool
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I visit this farm regular with my two nieces and it is such a cute little farm! Considering it's quite small there is still so much to do! You can ride on the horses, but food to feed the animals, go ... read more »
What a lovely little place to spend a few hours with little ones. We went with family who were visiting for the weekend and a 2 year old. Loved the outdoor picnic facilities and how accessible it was ... read more »
Went today with my Mum and 17 month toddler. Really great place with lovely staff, lots too see and lots of animals to feed. Very reasonably priced. Definitely will be returning again.
Wonderful for young children, the staff are very friendly and patient with the children nothing is too much trouble. Lots to do, loads of animals, petting area, horse riding and two play areas. One for the older children and one for toddlers. The prices are very reasonable too, highly recommend for a cheap family day out.
Really good value for money!! Hands on experience for children especially the petting room! Kids love it, we even came home last time with a bunny rabbit! Staff friendly overall a lovely place to visit.
The website advertised that it was open today 10-4pm. Turned up at 11.45 and the place was closed. I understand that it's just after Christmas but the website said open. My daughter sobbed and sobbed when I had to explain to her that she couldn't go to see the animals. Very disappointing!
The cafe was NOT good , hence 2 stars. Sausage casserole at almost £ 5 consisted of 2 small sausages in a brown liquid with 3 pieces of brocolli , 4 shavings of carrot , 2 shavings of ?? ..... It was supposed to come with potatoes but potatoes were not available. .... When I pointed out that it was disappointing and expensive for what it was, there was indifference. Otherwise the farm is OK , the usual stuff. The petting the creatures session ( chicks , cockerel , hamster , guinea pig and goat ) was good as the children could handle the creatures. Blah ! blah ! other than the cafe experience , typical stuff and had a good day out.
Good for kids, good price
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