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Ash End House Children's Farm
Middleton Lane


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Ash End House Childrens Farm, is a small family owned farm with lots of friendly animals to feed and stroke mostly undercover. A fun filled day out for all the family. Children will have feed for the animals, sit on a pony, a farm badge and can hold a newly hatched chick or duckling. All inclusive price - no hidden extra charges!

"Three Little Pigs Story" and "Little Red Hen Story" during school holidays and weekends. In Spring and Summer the children can help bottle feed the lambs and goat kids. We have 3 play areas, crazy golf, family games yard and an indoor toddlers tractor and trike barn!

Father Christmas and Nativity Story during December.
Also BIRTHDAY PARTIES ON THE FARM! 4 different themes to choose from phone for more details and prices.


Nearest UK Airport: Birmingham
Months Open: Every day
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: £7.50 per child includes feed for the animals, farm badge and all activities
£6.50 per adult
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

More Attractions nearby

Tamworth Castle (0.29 miles)

Drayton Manor Park and Zoo (1.98 miles)

Alvecote Pools Nature Trail (3.13 miles)

Middleton Hall (3.94 miles)

Staffordshire Regiment Museum (3.95 miles)

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