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Sherwood Forest Farm Park
Lamb Pens Farm


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Visit Sherwood Forest Farm Park for a good old-fashioned day out in the countryside. The picturesque valley setting is home to a variety of weird and wonderful animals, among them some of the most endangered species of farm animals in Britain today.
You are sure to be greeted by a very warm welcome at the farm park. New arrivals are usually a feature and often include baby piglets, playful lambs, fluffy baby rabbits and goat kids.
Among the many facilities at the farm park are a tearoom, gift shop and picnic spots, play areas for every age group including ball pools and adventure playground, beautiful water gardens and a lovely bird enclosure.

A miniature railway, under separate ownership, operates daily during the season (small extra charge payable).

Open daily from 25th March until 16th October 2005 10.30am - 5.15pm
Adults £6, Concessions £5, Children £4 (under 3s free)


Months Open: 1 April - 1October
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adult: £6
Children: £4 (under 3s free)
Concessions: £5
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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