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Woodlands Farm Trust, Welling

Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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4.4/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • Good for children in any age. You can get experience how to milk a cow (model not real).See vintage tractor and how real blacksmith works. Not to many animals, but interesting spots, like pond or inse...  read more »
  • You would not no this place exists. Once you enter this place it just opens out to these fields and you wonder where have they come from. This place is very relaxing. Its great for families with young...  read more »
  • This city farm is small and perfect for a trip out with the children. They loved looking at the animals and pretending to milk the cows. The chickens are fantastic. We brought a picnic and has it on t...  read more »
  • I love to come to this farm especially I like to come to the special events which they organising. Recently been here for summer fete. On special occasions they have cafe open where you can buy cold and hot beverages as well as home made cakes and sandwiches. Also they have plenty of stalls where you can buy unique products. I love their home made jam.
  • A small farm at the bottom of Shooters Hill at the Welling end. My daughter (aged 9) likes to visit when one of the many special events is on. Meet the lambs, sheep shearing, apple festival, the summer show - they all draw a crowd .. and that's the only real problem with this place. The events are popular and there is no on-site parking so everybody abandons their cars along Shooters Hill and this causes massive traffic jams (the lambing day caused gridlock a few weeks back). Do yourself a favour and take the bus (486 or 89), get off a couple of stops before the farm and walk the last 1/2 mile.
  • I went here yesterday with my 18 month old grand daughter. It was delightful! One surprising element was the fact there was no entrance fee to pay. Its a charity and they leave it up to you to donate. We had a wander around the lambing shed with baby lambs, pigs and calves. Visited the Shetland pony in the field, watched lots of the lambs frolicking, saw chickens, ducks and enjoyed looking for fish in the dipping pond. I love the fact they even had a special area set aside for creepy crawlies in a barked area with old logs. The pop up cafĂ© was lovely and I believe they may use the area for stay and play activities. We spent just over an hour here wandering round and came away feeling so pleased to be able to have such a lovely experience, in an urban area and all for free. Thank you!
  • Been here a few times before and it's always been average however today the staff was moody, the toilet was broken and so was the coffee machine in the cafe. My children love animals and have always been very well behaved around animals and respect there environments. While looking at some cows my 4 year old daughter said Moo. She didn't shout, scream or was anything above normal volume but she said moo. The cows didn't react but out of nowhere a staff member was telling my 7 year son off, telling him not to shout at cows cos his scaring them! He then said how would you like me to come in to your bedroom and shout boo at you!!! Quite simply if you don't want children to visit your farm don't open it to the public! Rude and disgusting behaviour avoid at all costs
  • Lovely staff, great atmosphere. Loving lambing day! Very clean and well looked after farm
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