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Stonehurst Family Farm and Museum, Mountsorrel
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Been visiting regularly for 2yrs, initially Staff were friendly and we enjoyed our visits there. I started to realise things were not always so nice when I questioned the pricing structure one day. I ... read more »
Congratulations on banning a 2 year old for exploring and generally behaving like a toddler. Unbelievable! To top off a truly memorable experience you also victimised, bullied and belittled (staff and... read more »
This farm does it all. There are two car museums , filled with everything vehicular you can possibly wish to see from pre war , to 1960s . There is a shop for fruit and veg and farm produce , there ar... read more »
A great place if you love animals. Children can feed the animals from their hand, and cuddle chicks and bunnies or guinea pigs, and stroke and scratch sheep and goats. There's a rope swing over hay bales in a barn and a playground with simple rides. You can pay 50p to ride a donkey round a short loop. Adults might like the surprisingly well stocked motor museum, I was impressed by the variety of machines on exhibit. The cafe is quite good with a variety of meals, snacks, and treats. The tea is good, but the cafe latte I had was pretty dire. It's a little pricey to get itn so you definitely want to arrive in time to have a good stay. The parking is free, and it can get very busy, so I'd advise getting in early enough to get a parking space, and make the most of the time here - you can easily stay for three hours including a meal break.
Took the young ones here a few weeks back, they loved it, despite it being a little windy and wet they ran round like it was summer. Plenty of animals to feed and look at even hold a chick 👍🏻 The playground is enough to wear them out and the tractor ride is there just to top off the visit. The little shop and cafe are great too. Staff are lovely and friendly. Only down said is the parking, small car park and at busy times can take you 20 -30 mins to get out let alone in. Could do with a little update to facilitate visitors a little better. Side road locally fill up to when it's school holidays or nice weather so bare in mind if planning a visit
My two young grandchildren (2 & 1) really enjoyed their visit here: feeding the animals, riding the tractors, riding on the real tractor, petting the animals. Recommend it highly, especially on a nice day. Only downside is the minimal parking.
Brilliant to see the animals really close up. Super- friendly staff and a great outlet for fresh veg, preserves and meat
Loved it kids loved it plenty to do and see we're definitely going again😍
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