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Woodlands Farm Trust, Welling
(4.3/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • A fantastic place for all the family. 89 acres of pure countryside on the edge of London. Supporting wildlife, rare breeds and all run by volunteers. 
  • We were visiting during a school holiday and were making a mosaic coaster. Visited the cafe while we were there and had some really delicious 'homemade' type of cake. 
  • 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...  more »
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  • What a hidden treasures this place is ....we visited the farm on Wednesday for the first time and the kids absolutely adored it...I am a childminder and was surprised to find that some of the children that I care for had never even been to a farm before 😕....I was looking online and came across woodlands farm and I am delighted that I did....we will be visiting again soon as the kids can't wait to return.. and a big shout out to the person who makes the delicious jam and marmalade which we purchased from the farm shop....it's the best ever 👌👌👌
  • Nice little farm hidden away in London! When we came we saw sheep being trained for an upcoming show with staff kindly explaining the ins and outs of what they're doing. Plenty of educational information for kiddies and adults alike, well worth a visit!
  • 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 café 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!
  • 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.