Animal Farm Adventure Park, Burnham-on-Sea

Animal Farm Adventure Park overview

This farm is just buzzing with activities that will keep your children happy for hours. There are Shetland Ponies, goats, chickens, cattle and rare breed sheep and there's a large indoor Play barn if the weather is not so good
Out of 6 reviews
Red Roan
01278 751628

Latest reviews

2 Reviews
0 Compliments

Animal Farm Adventure Park Somerset - Top Fun!

24 Aug 2012
Visited with: Infant, Child
Really great place! Lots of animals to see & Lots of things to do. I also went years ago when it was very run down, it seems someone has given the place a complete overhaul! They now have a boat ride & tractor ride, panning for treasure, all free! No extra charges even for the crazy golf! Very impressed with the value for money. I'd highly reccommend, and we will be back soon!
50 Reviews
2 Compliments

Fabulous little find, despite the weather.

15 Aug 2012
Visited with: Infant, Teenager
On a wet summers day, we had to think of how to entertain the children and we happened to stumble across the leaflet for the Animal Farm Adventure Park. We thought we'd give it a go and we had such a good time with the animals and just being outdoors, it was worth the money. At £7 for adults and £6.50 for the teen, we thought that was quite reasonable. £1.30 will get you a bag of feed for the animals, which we got too. As we started our walk around we came to the indoor jungle gym, with arcade machines and a little fast food place. As we moved outside to see the animals, we found the tractor ride, which my toddler loved and went on about 3 or 4 times! There are other climbing frames to for them to clamber over and 2 giant trampolines for the older children and another with the safety net, for the little ones. We also had a go at panning for gold, but the water was cold, so we didn't do that for long. Feeding the animals was so much fun! We giggled when the sheep and goats followed us up and down the fencing because they wanted our food. There was also the chance to pet some animals and we got the opportunity to pet a baby raccoon. My little one thought he was cute, but was definitely put off by the wriggly ferrets! Personally, I loved the rabbits and really wanted to take one home. The staff were lovely throughout. We had a lovely meal in their cafe and there are plenty of highchairs to use, as despite the weather, it got quite busy. Overall, we had a really good, but soggy day.
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Waste of money and false advertising

15 Aug 2011
Visited with: Child
I took my niece to Animal Farm on Sunday and having been there many years ago i thought it would be fun for my niece. Well i looked on there website and it all looked the same Pony Rides, Tractor Rides (around the farm), Land Train, Activetys such as coloring, ball shooting and animals such as owls etc, i knew my niece would love this, well when we got there we payed an extortionate price to get into the park, it was much cheaper years ago, and for what nothing that was advertised on the website i and my niece was very disappointed, my niece is 9 years old and the only thing that she really enjoyed was the indoor play area and cuddle club. There are no longer anything that i mentioned above but a few pony's, pigs, ducks, chickens etc.... stuff i could have seen at my local city farm for FREE and a tractor that goes around a track. For the price of this i thought it was absolutely a waste of money, the park was also very run down, like you could tell no money was spent into the upkeep of the park such as a simple shelter for the horse!!!! We went into cuddle club and thought that this was the best part of day, the staff were really helpful, friendly and the young lad was very knowledgeable of the animals, the only downside again it was rabbits and guinea pigs that children are most likely to have a pet of and thought a better variety of animals would make it much more fun and interesting for the youngsters. The manager who owned Animal farm a couple of years ago did a much better job at running this park then the owner now, he had a passion for the farm (having met him personally), the owner now is letting it run into the ground, before long the park will most likely close down due to a lack of repeat customers.
74 Reviews
2 Compliments

Animal Farm

16 Sep 2010
Visited with: Child
It was raining when we first arrived at Animal Farm Adventure Park so we headed straight for the indoor play area, whereupon the kids tore off their shoes and ran off to have a go on the huge slides. There are three different sized slides here, small, large and a death drop slide (which isn't at all as scary as it sounds). Also in this barn is a fairly large soft play and arcade games area. The kids adored playing here; however, the refreshments here consisted of a burger van offering only chips, burgers, fizzy drinks and tea and coffee. The options were not only limited, but extremely unhealthy. We had a lovely time during the cuddle sessions - where the kids could have rabbits and guinea pigs on their laps. The kids loved cuddling the ferrets also, which we had not done before on a farm trip. The grounds are quite extensive, with lots of walks through horse, sheep and goats pens, and the kids loved feeding the animals.
70 Reviews
2 Compliments

Good day out

10 Sep 2010
Visited with: Child
Good place to take the kids. Even if it's raining they can play in the barn and you can get lunch there too. The kids meals of burger or fish and chips are a good price and you can eat inside whilst the kids play. Outside you can see the animals, walk to the outdoor slides, play crazy golf or bounce on the trampolines. There is also a covered bouncy castle but unfortunately this can only be used by the under 6s. If the cafe in the barn is busy you can eat in the parlour cafe by the entrance. We don't tend to stop in the gift shop but there are plenty of cheap souvenirs there if you want them.
the McGinnes Family
89 Reviews
3 Compliments

Great day out

29 Aug 2010
Visited with: Child
We visited during the summer holidays but were pleased to find the farm was fairly quiet. There is a great variety of animals here and my son loved holding the rabbits and guinea pigs in the cuddle club, and then later on meeting the ferrets and getting a chance to hold them too. You can buy animal feed for 50p a bag which you can take to the fields to feed the llamas, sheep and goats. They are very friendly and love to eat out of your hands. Afterwards we had a picnic outside on the picnic benches. The children ran around playing on the trampolines and the adventure playground. We finished off with a play in the play barn on the soft play with the various slides. My son's favourite was the vertical drop slide which he spent ages on going round and round. Plenty to do, you could easily spend a whole day here.