Discover, play, explore, and relax in the farm setting of Cotswold Farm Park. Head to the Touch Barn to meet and pet some of the farm’s smaller residents, such as rabbits and piglets. Make sure you check for any eggs hatching in the incubator. Get hands-on farm experience at the Demo Farm, where you can help bottle-feed lambs or goat kids, shear sheep, or milk a cow. There’s a variety of activities for kids to enjoy, such as battery-operated tractors, a sand pit, an adventure playground, and a maze. Experience superb views of the rolling Cotswold landscape by embarking on a 1- or 3.2-km (0.5- or 2-mi) Wildlife Walk. Arrows and information boards mark the routes and a printed leaflet with a map is available from the park shop. Afterward, you can rest your weary legs and get a cup of tea or a bite to eat at Adam’s Kitchen. Snack bars are also located in the farm. Quickly create a custom-made itinerary for Cheltenham using our trip planner.
Cotswold Farm Park Reviews
A lovely little place which we all thoroughly enjoyed! Lots of very friendly animals to feed and pet but with lots of other areas to explore too; the discovery barns with the animals, woodland area... more »
Saw this place and decided to give it a try. Was not disappointed. Loads for the kids, campsite is lovely and the facilities very good. Managed to book an extra night luckily. 👍 more »
Brilliant place. Fabulous day out with the family! Great that you can all get hands on with the animals. Bottle feeding is a must and just being able to touch (and cuddle) the goats/sheep/chicks/rabbits/pigs/guinea pigs, etc is just wonderful. My children (not to mention my husband and myself) walk around smiling, happy and relaxed on every visit! Diggers, go karts and play areas an added bonus! Have and will return!
I've been coming to the farm park since I was a child and of course it's changed a lot but it's still a very enjoyable day out. The rare breeds walk is fun as you can watch and feed the animals. The touch barn is always good and we were lucky that they had some two day old piglets when we visited - so cute! There's loads for kids to do but there's plenty for adults to enjoy as well, my husband and I were there for a good few hours and left feeling really relaxed and happy. The cafe area has really improved from how I remember it and I loved the rare breed sausages and pulled pork burger. Wasn't very impressed with the ice cream selection, would be nice if they had some cones like you get at the seaside but as it's not summer maybe the full selection wasn't available.
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