£12.30 Family Admission With Refreshments at Cholderton Charlie's Farm (60% Off)
- 49 acre countryside farm on Wiltshire and Hampshire border
- Animals include pigs, horses, chickens, rabbits, and goats, including lots of rare and endangered breeds
- Three storey indoor play barn and four outdoor play areas
- Pig racing twice a day during peak times
- Gift shop, restaurant, and bar all on site
- Four miles from Stonehenge
- Entry for two adults and two children
- Supervised hands-on contact and activities
- Tea or coffee for adults and squash for children
- Chance to feed the animals and tractor trailer rides
Limit 1 family (2 adults and 2 children). May buy multiple as gifts. Booking not required. Must present Groupon at time of redemption. Open 10am-6pm. Children under 16 years old only. Tractor trailer rides are during peak times only. Original value verified 15 May 2012 at 10.17am.
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After being indicted for wearing sheep’s clothing, dressing like a grandmother, and blowing on brick houses, the estate of Big B. Wolf filed a class action lawsuit against the citizens of fairytale village. Meet the accused with today's Groupon: £12.30 for family admission to Cholderton Charlie's Farm.
Sprawled across the scenic countryside of the Wiltshire and Hampshire border, Cholderton Charlie's Farm invites families to fun-filled days meeting, greeting, and bleating four legged friends. The resident animals range from playful pigs engaging in regular races over a specially built course to pintsize pygmy goats and rabbits of all shapes and sizes. Peckish visitors can visit the on-site Ewe Tree Cafe for a selection of freshly prepared hot and cold dishes along with home-made cakes and savouries, and those seeking to explore the local abounding greens will find Stonehenge just four miles away.
A family of four can venture to this scenic spot for a day of animal antics, with the park open from 10am to 6pm. Visitors can meet the colourful cast of the farm, getting hands on with rare breeds with supervised contact and the chance to feed the animals. Little ones are free to explore the three-storey play barn, whether bouncing away on the trampolines or digging for treasure in the enormous sand pit, with a drink of squash to quench active thirsts and a tea or coffee for grown-ups.