Guiting Power, GL54 5UG | (01451) 850307
Cotswold Farm Park is an award-winning attraction where visitors can meet all sorts of animals from goats and pigs to rare breeds, rabbits and sheep.
The home of Countryfile presenter and farmer, Adam Henson, Cotswold Farm Park was the first of its kind and was opened by Adam’s father Joe, in 1971.
Today, the farm park is open from February to December each year and visitors are spoilt for choice with things to explore. Meet some small furry friends and handle tiny chicks in the Discovery Barn, or enjoy seasonal activities like bottle feeding in the Animal Barn.
As well as that, visitors can go on a Farm Safari, learn about the rare breeds that the farm park has preserved on the trail, and find plenty to play with in the Adventure Barn.
Outside, families can enjoy the bouncy floor pillows, wildlife walk, maze and play areas, whereas inside there’s a fantastic café, farm park shop and snack bars.
What’s more, Cotswold Farm Park even has a campsite and glamping tents which offer free entry to the farm park included in the booking price.
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Have a hands on experience at a family farm - ride a pony, pet a pig, feed a lamb and watch chicks hatch.