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Rice Lane City Farm, Liverpool
(3.5/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • It seems some reviewers are complaining about the farm being dirty and being a bit stinky. Hmmm...Imagine that eh...on a farm too, what a shocker...?!?!?! So, here's the thing... This place is a littl...  more »
  • Good farm, only small but for the price of a donation keeps the kids happy for an hour, we also walked around the old cemetery which has really old graves and war graves. 
  • This was our first visit here & it will probably be our last. It's a tiny place & it doesn't seem to be very well-maintained. We entered through the main entrance but there's no real signage to say wh...  more »
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  • I was surprised to learn this was still open! Free entry too! We had looked at all the animals within 15 minutes because it is small but wonderful. The animals are well looked after and we saw some beautiful lambs. There's a gorgeous bunny rabbit that runs around loose like it owns the place! Also a goat ran passed me, it didn't even bother me at all. All of the animals are friendly. There were many chickens roaming around me too. I took my 2 almost 3 year old son, he loved it.
  • A very odd place, but a peaceful one! The farm itself is compact but with plenty of cute animals to go and fuss over. The massive lop-eared rabbit flopping around the courtyard seems to own the place! You're not going to get a day of entertainment with kids, but it's a very nice place to spend an hour or two. The rest of the area is a graveyard slowly being reclaimed by nature. It might seem a bit odd to have sheep grazing around weathered old gravestones, but it works, and is a lovely place to take a wander. Hard to believe there's a little slice of woodland and a farm right in the middle of Walton, but I guess that's testament to the work of the volunteers who keep the place going.
  • The farm is maintained by dedicated people who do not get the recognition that they deserve,well done
  • An amazing place for all the family, I love this place and I've been coming here for years!
  • Great place for local kids in the area