Rare Breeds Centre, Woodchurch
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Visited with friends and their 2 children. Arrived at 11.00 and still and hadn't seen/done everything when we left at 4pm. Such a lovely family day out and wonderful that the children/adults can get s... read more »
I have been on a family week away in Kent and decided to come here on our last day with my husband and 2 year old daughter. We had an amazing day out. You really need all day for this place as there i... read more »
On holiday and found this place. I love animals and love going to the zoo when I'm away. This is not a zoo but the next best thing as you can stroke the animals from cows, rabbits, ducks even piglets!... read more »
Been here twice! Great place, great collection of animals and great events with animals. Staff is pleasant and very helpfull. They had a photo contest and had won free entry! There is a nice play area. There are a couple walks in the estate. As well as a free tractor ride.
had a good day love the park the best day out the family had 10/10
We had a lovely day the animas are well kept and the staff very nice and informative and friendly. The only issues I had was the birds of prey, they are in immaculately cared for cages but strapped to a pole that they can only move less than a foot from! I feel this is extremely cruel and to be honest I think I would rather be dead than live an existence like this.. On asking the handler why they were like that he said there was a notice on the wall to read and said something about the licence or something, he was a bit off hand. I think it would be better not to have theses birds there if all they are any good for is to sit on a perch their whole lives and flown on occasions. Every living thing has the right to freedom of some kind. Also there were sheep that were in the lambing enclosure which was a huge plastic tunnel, bearing in mind they have so much wool on them already they were all panting and some had no water,, I did report this and went back later but nothing had changed. There was also a lamb that had been taken from the mother as it was so small and was in a cage with some other lambs in the petting area, I think it would be better to have kept the poor thing next to its mother in the cage. Apart from these issues I do like the farm and think it is well run and lovely for children as they can stroke most of the animals. I would go again but was a bit upset with the issues mentioned this time round.
Stroking the horse was so fun! I am junior dheera
Fortunately still not overrun with morons getting selfies. Great fun when piglets are still small and interact. Other good stuff depending on the season and not yet corporate'ised.
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