It is the summer holidays which means entertaining your child all day every day for some parents, luckily for me the grandparents have helped out during the summer holidays which meant that when George and I did spend time together on a Monday and a Wednesday it was quality time and we really enjoyed it.
One of our first stops was Farmer Parrs animal world located on Rossall Lane Fleetwood, not far from Blackpool for those of you outside of the area.
I decided to take along my camera and do a live vlog for you on our day out and write a review at the same time so you can see if Farmer Parrs is the farm for you this summer!!
Farmer Parrs Animal World
A big green tick for me is free car parking and farmer parrs didn’t disappoint, we pulled up and there was plenty of free parking for the visitors.
Tickets and gate price
The price for George and I was £15 in total, the price is £8.00 for adults and £7.00 for children, this includes animal food. Famer parrs animal farm is currently open daily from 10am but you can check the website for more information https://www.farmerparrs.com/times-prices/
The different farm animals
We couldn’t believe the amount of different farm animals there were at farmer parrs. The friendly animals were located throughout the farm and we did some nice walks to have a look at the animals as there was quite a lot. We were allowed to feed certain ones but not allowed to feed others, i wouldn’t like to guess which ones were which but make sure you double check before you go in.
They had, chickens, tortoise, rabbits, birds (I will be honest I don’t know what kind but lots), donkeys, horses, sheep, goats, deer, cows and so much more.
Activities and Attractions at Farmer Parrs Animal World
We went a little later in the day so may have missed the activities but they did have signs for the following activies;
A tractor ride
They also had a large museum (for kids) which was interesting for all ages, an indoor play area with a bouncy castle and ball pond which was great fun for George (and me as i just took some time out to catch up on work emails). As well as this they also had outdoor play areas aone of which included a bouncy floor that i couldn’t get my head around, part of me wanted to go and bounce on it as hard as I could but a bigger part of me was worried how it would affect all the other kids, i thought seen as though I am pregnant it was probably best I didn’t.
The Cafe for a Lunch Break
The cafe bistro was very nice and clean, the food was delicious and we really enjoyed it.
Our full summary of our visit to Farmer Parrs
I can imagine this place can get a little bit muddy in the cooler weather so I would make sure you have wellies packed so that you and your little ones can get fully involved in the full farm. You could stay at Farmer parrs the full day so for that reason i thought it was good value for money.
We loved feeding the farm animals especially the sheep as they were just too cute. We spent a good hour in the indoor play area and it was relatively quiet which helped with social distancing. We had a great day. I did come away questioning if i can continue being a meat eater so I would suggest that you don’t have a roast dinner for dinner that evening.
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