Friday, 23 September 2016

Northamptonshire Family Fun Farms

Kids love a farm trip and we are lucky to have some fab places to visit in Northamptonshire.

My top 3 to visit are Mini Meadows, West Lodge Rural Centre and Rookery Open farm.

Mini Meadows
Naseby Road, NN6 6HZ
Mini Meadows Farm

Open everyday (including every bank holiday)
Opening hours: 10am – 5pm
Admission prices:Adults: £3 Children: £3 Feed Bucket £2 Under 2’s free of charge

I love this little farm with lots of animals to feed, Guinea pigs to cuddle, outdoor play area and indoor huge sand pit.  The farm also has a new cafĂ© which is lovely.  Our hens were purchased here so if you fancy having some pet chickens this is definitely the place. It is amazing value for money and my kids love it.







West Lodge Rural Centre
Desborough, NN14 2SH
West Lodge Rural Centre

Opening times 7 days a week from 2nd January to 24th December
1st February to 31st October 9.30am - 5.00pm
1st November to 31st January (except December peak days open till 5.30pm) 9.30am - 4.30pm
Christmas Eve 10.00am – 3.30pm
Closed 25th December to 1st January

Admission prices do vary so check the website Child £4.20 off peak £5.45 peak online

Brilliant large farm with cuddle corner, outdoor play area, barrel rides, pedal tractors, pig races and walks.  They have great themed events throughout the year.  I have been to the Halloween event which was great.


Rookery Open Farm
Stoke Bruerne, NN12 7SJ

Open 19th March to 30th October 2016.
Open 6 days a week, Wednesday - Monday, closed Tuesday's.
Opening hours are 10.00am to 5.00pm.
During October we are open on weekends Only.
During the October school half term we open again Monday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday, CLOSED on TUESDAYS.

Admission prices: Adults £6.50 Children £6.00 Senior citizens £6.00          
Family Day Pass £34.00 (2 adults & 4 children) Children under 2 can enter for free.

Great farm with cuddle corner with the goats, large outdoor play area and indoor soft play.  Go karts and bouncy castles.


Emma xxx
Life in the Mum's Lane


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