Wheelock Hall Farm Review
We have taken a couple of trips down here, so our Wheelock Hall Farm review will let you see how we have enjoyed it everytime. Check out the video to see how we got on and read our review of Wheelock Farm below.
Free parkings, adults go free, kids now just £5… what more could you want for a low cost family day out? Prices seem to have recently increased from £4 but in the scheme of things this is no problem.
We took a trip to Wheelock Hall Farm, to be honest I really was not sure what to expect. Its a great little family run farm with a lot to do. Lovely little tea room – which can be VERY busy – we waited ages for our food and had some very hungry boys which was not much fun. However once you go into the “farm” area, its just £5 for the kids and you can pay an extra 50p to get some food to feed the animals with. There are tractors to play on, two large play areas with lots of space to run around. You can then see and feed the animals, including pigs, goats, cows and more. The boys absolutely loved it! There used to be a huge barn with hay bales which can be climbed on and explored – be warned this area was VERY dusty. However this area has now been upgraded to a soft play area. Considoring the price you pay for soft play areas, Wheelock Hall Farm is a real bargain as there are both indoor and outdoor play areas plus lots of animals to see.
We’ve not yet visited when the Maize Maze is open, but we understand this is a great addition later in the year.
Overall Joshua gave Wheelock Hall Farm a big double thumbs up review – a great little place to visit.
Directions to Wheelock Hall Farm
It is quite easy to find Wheelock Hall Farm, the address and postcode is:
Wheelock Hall Farm
Find out more at the official Wheelock Hall Farm Website here
Updated 11 April 2017.