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Easton Farm Park, Woodbridge
(3.7/5 based on 200 reviews on the web)
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Reviews
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  • Grandchildren 5 & 3 staying a couple of days. Early lunch, where shall we go. Easton farm parks just 10 minutes down the road and not been for a couple of years. Only on arrival to find today was half...  more »
  • First time back after 10 years, been waiting for a small child to take. Absolutely fabulous day and as always lovely friendly staff. I was a bit anxious about going back after reading reviews, but not...  more »
  • Not a massive amount to see and do- I think we spent more time in the play area that had some great things in it. Saying that- would to really expect much more for a £2 entry fee. 
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  • Great fun day out, plenty to do & see. We went to the summer festival with added attractions which made our day out even more enjoyable. My only slight criticism would be the £10 entry fee for 2.5yr old which I thourght was a tad steep. I understand it was a special day with certain extra attractions for free. But £10 for a toddler, really?
  • We went on the 27august 2016we took our 3 grandchildren 2,4,5,they loved it we got there at 10.45 and we did not leave till aftear 4 pm we did everything on the list from egg collecting to riding the ponies we had a great day so did the children
  • wonderful place for the family....but a must is the café that serves the freshest food I've had this year.
  • £25 for 2 adults and a 3 year old... Definitely not worth it.. Not enough there at all. Sadly we got bored after 45 minutes and left. Jimmys Farm is better for far less money. Won't be returning.
  • With Tractors to ride on, animals to feed and talk to, long walks, lots to do, i think this is a perfect day out.. and the restaurant was really nice too.