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Longdown Activity Farm
Longdown
Ashurst

Southampton
Hampshire

SO40 7EH | View map
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Longdown Activity Farm

A fabulous family outing

For a family looking for somewhere to go to suit all ages, the choice has to be Longdown Activity Farm. The Farm is situated just off the A35 near Ashurst in the New Forest, half way between Southampton and Lyndhurst.

There is a daily schedule of activities including kid goat and calf bottle-feeding, small animal handling, pig and goat feeding and lots more. Plus lots of other animals to see.

There are plenty of indoor and outdoor play areas including a straw bale barn, trampoline barn and a large soft play area. Don't miss the Farm Shop, which stocks a wide range of local produce.

So come and meet lots of friendly farm animals at Longdown Activity Farm – fantastic family farmyard fun!

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Nearest Train Station: Ashurst
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Nearest UK Airport: Southampton
Months Open: February - October
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Pre-booked only
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adult: £8.75, Children (3-14): £7.75, Senior: £7.25, Family (2a+2c): £30.00
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Refreshments

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