Farms

“Mummy, it’s smells of poo……………MUMMY IT SMELLS OF POO………… MUUUUUMMMMMMYYYYY IIIIIITTTTT SSSSSSMMMMMEEEEELLLLSSSS OOOOOOFFFFF POOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO”, and repeat.

No visit to the farm is complete without running commentary from the kids. Other favourites include “Mummy, that goat looks like Grandma” and ‘Daddy, why has the horse got a big willy and you’ve got a tiny willy?”

Check out these great local farms, and be sure to send us your kids’ (full volume) ‘observations’.

Christmas Tree Farm

Christmas Tree Farm is a small children’s farm in the pretty village of Downe. It has very friendly cows, sheep, goats, pigs, ponies, chickens,...

Hadleigh Farm

If you are interested in nature or history, whether you want a place for treasured family memories watching your children feeding woolly pigs, or...

The Hop Farm

The Hop Farm is exactly what it says it is: its history as a hop farm dates back to the 1900's. MUMMY'S GIN FUND SAYS: We...

Bocketts Farm Park

Farm Parks, yet another of those places you had no idea existed before you had children. Farm parks usually consist of play areas mixed with...

Kent Life

Kent Life is a large farm with lots to see and do. The farm has several fields of animals including horses, donkeys, goats, sheep...

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