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Church Farm, Thurstaston

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#7 of 17 in Outdoors in Wirral
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  • Great place and loads to do. Any time of the year. Very friendly staff. Fantastic for the kids. Drop in when your up this way. We got our tree for Christmas and their was loads to pick from with a com...  more »
  • I visited with family and our 2.5yr old little boy and we thoroughly loved this experience. It was perfect for young children and the different stations were well thought out and fun for all. We espec...  more »
  • We love Church farm for a day out but booked for Santa experience for our 2 year old this year. She loved it but I felt it was a bit disappointing considering it’s £11-£14 each. We were rushed through...  more »
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  • Over-priced entry fee. Some things are free once inside but other things you have to pay extra for. Other farm parks etc are better value for money. Farmer Ted's being one. Staff are friendly and animals clearly cared for, would have been nice to see a few more types of animal though.
  • Excellent trip down memory lane for us. We visited this campsite with cafe and farm shop over 30 years ago and it was a pleasure to visit the cafe again for a warming cappuccino and cake whilst sitting by the roaring log burning fire especially on a rainy day. Lovely village and church with short walk to the waterfront of the Dee estuary.
  • Not sure If it's my wife and I or our children who enjoy this place more? Either way, it's always a fun couple of hours out of the house, highly recommend to parents of kids between 3-10
  • A family run organic farm. This is a working farm that is open to the public. They have such a welcoming atmosphere which is ideal for all of the family. Have a quick stop at the farm shop, a bite to eat at the cafe, or spend a long afternoon on the farm. They have an entry fee for the farm but it includes a tractor ride and there are plenty on play areas to stay entertain both indoor and outdoor. There are smaller animals that you can cuddle at peak times, larger animals that you can possibly feed (if you time it right), and activities every day of school holidays. It's a large space so even in busy days I'd imagine it wouldn't feel overcrowded. Well worth a visit, we went on an off peak day and still received a friendly and welcoming visit, our tractor ride was with Steve the owner of the farm and it was lovely to hear his story of creating Church Farm. The farm shop have a great supply of fresh produce, organic foods and local foods. A great place to shop for a treat or for when you're looking for something just a bit different. Our trip was during the award winning asparagus harvest, we got a little taster during our tractor ride and just had to pop into the shop to buy some.
  • Just had two nights here, in our caravan with 2 young grandchildren 3 and 5 year olds. We all had a fantastic time. The cost was very reasonable; the staff were brilliant (particularly Ruth who talked about the different animals and did the barrel ride). Would definitely recommend it.

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