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Almond Valley Heritage Trust, Livingston

Categories: Children’s Museums, Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks, Museums, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.5/5 based on 360+ 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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  • It's been a while since we were last here, but it won't be long till we return. Almond Valley is always refurbishing and adding attractions: a play farm, bouncy castle, trampolines, go-karts, giant in...  read more »
  • I was really surprised by this place. There is so much to see and do! The animas are well cared for, with lots of different information signs. I also liked that they had good explanations for their ru...  read more »
  • Excellent day spent looking at animals,handling them and chasing the areas excellent and cover all age groups. Train journey great and driver took time to answer questions from an inquisiti...  read more »
  • Absolutely disgusted with the way my family was treated today at the farm. Well i say the farm i mean the completely rude woman that was running the train. With 7 people on the train that fits 8 people she decided to then try to fit 3 extremely larger than average sized people in also. When mentioning the fact that these people would not fit, we were met with an extremely rude response from this employee. Being told that if we didn't like it we can wait for the next train even though we had paid and they had not paid yet. This is a disgusting way to treat paying visitors and i will be making a formal complaint about the girl because she should not be working with the public if she cannot speak to customers with some basic respect.
  • Brilliant place for a visit,never seems to crowded only gripe are the hotdogs from the snack van ,bit overpriced for what they are but apart from that great day out
  • Fantastic day out with younger kids. A full day out with lots to do. Lots of play parks with a variety of swings, trampolines, climbing frames etc. Lots of animals with demonstrations and also, make sure you try the wheeled sledges
  • Went here with my daughter and 5 grankids they loved it very educational also lots of fun play areas ;-)
  • Brilliant historical landmark. Relatively unknown so easy to enjoy without too many other people. Would recommend for a family day out
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