Groups can enjoy a day of family fun on the farmyard, surrounded by animals of all shapes and sizes
All reviews are from people who have redeemed deals with this merchant.
What You'll Get
Choose from Six Options
- £5.25 for a farm entry for one adult and one child (34% off)
- £7 for a farm entry for one adult and two children (39% off)
- £9.50 for a farm entry for one adult and three children (37% off)
- £8 for a farm entry for two adults and one child (36% off)
- £10 for a farm entry for two adults and two children (33% off)
£12 for a farm entry for two adults and three children (38% off)
- Includes access to a new 7000-square-foot indoor play area with cafe and full ice cream parlour
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 or 2 adults and 1, 2 or 3 children, may buy 5 additional as gifts. No booking required. Present printed Groupon on arrival. No cancellation policy. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Earliest entry time is at 10am, the latest entry is at 4pm. Customers should allow more time if they wish to spend more time on the farm. One ticket per family. For information on any special assistance required including disabled access, please contact merchant directly prior to purchase. Restricted access during December, please plan to go before to avoid disappointment. Location restrictions: parking locally. Not valid for special event days such as Halloween please call on 01427 754835 to enquire. Valid Mon-Fri 10am-4pm.
About Shepherds Place Farm
Family visits to Shepherds Place Farm give animal lovers the opportunity to get acquainted with a whole menagerie of creatures. The Graizelound-based site accommodates a variety of rodents and other animals such as meerkats, ducks and geese, wallabies, deer, a pony, as well as exotic species including tortoises and rheas. The farm aims to make visits both fun and educational, allowing curious visitors to find out about the life cycle of eggs inside the incubator room, and possibly even handle real chicks. There are more hands-on experiences to be had at the guinea pig village, where guests can hold and learn how to care for the rodents, as well as the rabbits. Elsewhere, an on-site cafe serves hot and cold food, drinks and snacks, or groups can relax in the picnic area.