Our Lambing Experiences are the real deal, we’re not the commercial kind you’ll see at many places, 0ur groups are small and we want you to value a smaller quieter experience.
Each year we offer Lambing Experiences to the public during the Lambing Season. It’s a chance for you guys to get hands on and experience life in the lambing sheds!
Our pregnant mother sheep will be giving birth to their baby lambs, it’s a special time of year and an experience not to be missed!
Our 1 hour session involves:
Dates and times for the Lambing Sessions as follows:
March 24th 5pm – Thursday
March 25th 5pm – Friday
March 26th 3pm & 5pm – Saturday
March 27th 3pm & 5pm – Sunday
March 28th 5pm – Monday
March 29th 5pm – Tuesday
April 2nd 3pm & 5pm – Saturday
April 3rd 3pm & 5pm – Sunday
Prices are £11 for an adult (16+) and £8 for children (3+). Children 2 years & under are not charged. Full payment is required at the point of booking.
**Please note this event is not suitable for pregnant women.**
Murton Park is a must-experience, one-stop Living Museum for those who love to create memories that can span the eons of time. Perfect for all generations and crafted to especially engage the young. Murton park is not only a remarkable open-air museum experience like no other, it is much more and also plays home, and host, to some of the best known and most accomplished historical re-enactment Societies in the North of England. Look out for the special events held throughout the year when groups like the cowboy Trail Blazers Western Re-enactment society, Jorvik Viking Re-enactment society or Jorfor’s Hall Early Medieval Re-enactment and Living History Group, take up residence at Murton Park. With our own museum, railway, animals, playground and Living History sites – we have something for everyone.
OUR AWARD WINNING, FAMILY, VISITOR AND SCHOOLS ATTRACTION IS SITUATED ONLY 4.5 MILES FROM THE CENTRE OF THE BEAUTIFUL AND HISTORIC CITY OF YORK.
Murton Lane, Murton YO19 5UF
Join us again on the farm for a new season of farm filled fun and play!
What will you do first?
Visit our wonderful animals in the animal barn, the Piglets Maternity Ward is a must see to get up close and watch the new born piglets nestling into mum! Listen to our animal handlers talk about how we look after all our furry friends! Jump for joy on the bouncy pillows, we have a dedicated bouncy pillow just for the under 5’s that all toddlers love! Find where the fairies live down the Fairy Tale Trail.
Take a tractor and trailer ride up to our re-vamped Indoor Play Barn. Adults can grab a coffee and a snack whilst the children get to play on our super new play equipment. The Indoor Play Barn is perfect for when the weather is a little chilly. Scramble over our Olym-Pig Assault Course or take a swing at mini golf. For all the budding little farmers there is the tractor driving area and Dig and Play sand construction zone.
There is so much to see and do here during the week at Piglets!
Don’t forget to look out for our special events during the school holidays also!
Book on line www.pigletsadventurefarm.com
Towthorpe Grange, Towthorpe Moor Lane, Strensall YO32 9ST
ewerby Hall and Gardens offers a great mix of heritage, interactive trails, play features and best of all, the zoo. Be entertained in the zoo with the friendly penguins, pygmy goats and Eccy the parrot, who is always keen to chat. Relax in the Walled and Rose Gardens and be amazed by the giant monkey puzzle trees in the Pleasure Gardens. Check out the new events with Rusticus during school holidays on our website. Don’t miss a freshly baked scone and cup of tea from the Clock Tower Café – it certainly is a great day out for the whole family. Book your tickets today and find out more on our website.
The world-renowned exhibition, Wildlife Photographer of the Year, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, will be on display at Sewerby Hall and Gardens between 7 May – 17 July 2022, to accompany the exhibition there will be lots of extra family events. Find the full list and details on Mumbler here.
Dogs welcome in most of the outdoor areas, but must be kept on a lead. There is a designated section in the cafe for dogs.
Farm, wildlife sanctuary, café.
Beetle Bank Farm, Moor Lane, York, YO19 5XD
We aim to provide you with a unique hands on farm experience for children and adults, holding and feeding animals.
‘Wooly Jumpers’ is an indoor adventure play area, much stronger and more durable than most soft play areas. It is overlooked by a café.
Go Karts and Roller Races.
New Baby & Toddler Club
Monday to Friday 10 – 12
Included: The daily activity, access to the baby/toddler play room, drinks/snack and playbarn.
£5 per child, free adult with each full paying child. Half price siblings. £2.50 for additional adults
Monday: Meet our small animals
Tuesday: Stay and play
Wednesday: The pony experience
Thursday: Themed story time
Friday: Farm Experience
Open Monday-Sunday 10.00am until 5.30pm
Big Sheep Little Cow Farm Attraction, The Bridge, Bedale. DL8 1AW
Telephone: 01677 422125
Mumbler recommended JB August ’17 “Great place to take the grand children with age range 2 – 14 years!”
Falconry UK is set in a beautiful country garden and gives you a great chance to experience the excitement and thrills of falconry.
There is also a chance to handle some of these amazing birds after each display.
Suitable for ages: Young Children (4-8), Older Children (9-12) and Teenagers (13-18)
Sion Hill Hall, Kirby Wiske, Thirsk, YO7 4EU
Winter Opening until 1st April 2022 – The Zoo and Peter Rabbit play ground.
Weekdays – £14.50pp
March Weekends and February Half Term – £25pp (Visit Dino-Stone Park and brave the high-altitude thrills of Pterodactyl or jump aboard a pedal-powered hang glider on Cyclosoar. Don’t miss our swashbuckling live show, the Pirates of Zanzibar aboard the ‘Black Heart’ every day and for the thrill seekers we’ll be opening Mumbo Jumbo and Cliff Hanger too)
Kirby Misperton Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 6UX
0800 40 888 40
Monk Park Farm Park Visitor Centre is located near Thirsk in North Yorkshire and is in the heart of Herriot Country and on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. This wonderful Children’s Farm is one of Yorkshire’s best Places to Visit and is ideal for school visits and educational farm visits. As an Animal Park it is extensive with so much to do.
‘Monk park farm is lovely’ JT March 2017
Green Lane, Bagby, Thirsk, YO7 2AG
T: 01845 597730
The National Centre for Birds of Prey is the largest collection of these amazing birds in the north of England. A huge collection of owls, eagles, falcons, hawks, vultures and more are housed in spacious aviaries on our 12 acre site.
The trained birds are flown for our visitors daily either indoors or outdoors depending on the weather.
Picnic tables are provided and the parking is free.
Visitors are able to access the Parklands surrounding Duncombe Park for free
Open 7 days a week
Duncombe Park, Helmsley. YO62 5EB
Phone: 08447 422 035
Lots to do for younger children including farm animal barns, indoor playbarn, outdoor playground and sandpits, tractor rides, cafe and picnic areas.
Closed Fridays during term time, OPEN Queens Jubilee Friday (Friday 3rd June 2022)
Carr Lane, Cayton, Scarborough YO11 3AT
Swithen’s Lane, Rothwell, Leeds LS26 0BT. 0113 282 8828
Open Tuesday to Sunday 10am-4pm and bank holiday Mondays
Animal barns, indoor play area, cafe and farm shop
Located in Hull, The Deep is an award-winning aquarium home to 3,500 fish including green sawfish, spectacular sharks, rays and a colony of Gentoo penguins. Journey through the story of the world’s oceans travelling through a unique blend of spectacular marine life from warm tropical waters to the cold Antarctic seas. Highlights include daily dive shows, animal presentations, touch pool sessions, the amazing glass tunnel and a ride in the glass lift through the 10m Endless Oceans exhibit.
Open daily 10am – 6pm (last entry 5pm), closed 24th/25th December.
Tower Street, Hull, HU1 4DP (Sat Nav HU9 1TU). 01482 381000.
Lovely farm shop and tea room with an animal paddock which includes friendly pygmy goats, llamas, Shetland ponies and ducks with new family members arriving shortly!
Howe Bridge Farm, Low Marishes, Malton YO17 6RQ
Susannah Hoggard 01653 669469
Princes’ Avenue, Roundhay Park, Leeds, LS8 1DF
Open daily 10am-6pm (10am-4pm in the Winter)
About 1hr 10mins drive from Hull with lots of free parking, Roundhay is a massive park with lots of open space, a lake and playground. Tropical World is across the road and has areas where you can walk amongst the butterflies and birds, a meerkat enclosure, aquarium, reptiles, bats and more. Nice cafe and shop too
Brockholes Lane, Branton, Doncaster, DN4 6TB (off the M18 junction 3). 01302 535057
Fantastic day out for the family. Large wildlife enclosures including lions, giraffes, leopards and polar bears. Walk through enclosures to get up close to the animals