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Almond Valley Heritage Trust, Livingston

(4.5/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
A pleasant distraction for visitors of all ages, Almond Valley Heritage Trust features buildings and exhibits dating back to the early 20th century. Ride a train around the farm or interact with animals at the petting zoo. Guides provide information about the animals and the farm's history, which you can also discover by visiting the interactive museum. The green spaces are perfect for a picnic, but if you prefer to eat indoors, drop by the farm's cafe. Make Almond Valley Heritage Trust part of your personalized Livingston itinerary using our Livingston vacation trip planner.
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  • Visited on a lovely sunny day last weekend and spent hours there. It is excellent for younger children and families and refreshing that there don't seem to be packs of older children racing around as ...  more »
  • The site has undergone significant development since our last visit - great to see the top end being put to good use with zip wires etc! Be interesting to see what goes into the new undercover area do...  more »
  • Almond valley is a fun farm and museum aimed at young families. The selection of animals is quite varied from mini donkeys and goats to rabbits and turkeys. It is a bit run down and spread out over to...  more »
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  • This was a nice little family day out surprise. Only worth going in fine weather because most of it is outside, there is an opportunity to meet quite a few animals, have some fun on some peddle go-carts, a huge inflatable trampoline and some other games and learning experiences. There's also a short train ride which will excite the under 4's.
  • Went for volunteer day.Elaine and Clark made us very welcome. Lots to do and see. We had a great time and I will definitely go back.
  • We had a great day out here! There was a large group of us, lots of things to do, so much to see. Infact we never got a chance to see it all so will defineately go back! Very friendly staff, and as for the reviews on prices of cafe...Eh i actually thought were pretty reasonable, especially for a group of 9 and if you don't want to spend money on food, bring a packed lunch! There are loads of picnic areas. In a nutshell, great day, great place, worth a visit.
  • Fabulous for the children so much to see and touch and explore. Fabulous animals a joy to see them happy. Much more activities. Tractor rides, soft play outdoor park. Farm museum. Trampolining. Walking trails to name a few of the facilities and entertainment. Fabulous day out for all the family.
  • A brilliant day out, especially for our two year old with so many activities suitable for toddlers, especially the petting zoo and the soft play. Great cafe, lots of happy & healthy looking animals, friendly staff and an all-round satisfying experience.