Attraction in Poole

Farmer Palmer's

BH16 6EU
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Make magical family memories with your children at Farmer Palmer’s

It’s a constant surprise that there is any room left on the Farmer Palmers Farm Park letterhead after listing all of the awards that this fabulously family run farm park has won! And every one more than worthy!

This is a haven of fun for under 8s and their families! The key to Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park is authenticity and attention to detail – remember this was a real working farm and the family are farmers!

So the tractor ride is on a real tractor, the straw mountain is real straw and the animals are loved and looked after as part of the extended family.

For children that love animals and for those who don’t have the opportunity to see animals close up this is just about as good at is gets. Hands on feeding sessions – which can take all sorts of funny turns as obviously the Palmers have taken the executive decision to work with both children and animals!

Two factors rule at farmer Palmers Farm Park and they are fun and safety – what a recipe for keeping those little VIP’s happy! The entry price is great value and there’s the fantastic Hen House Café serving a delicious range of homemade goodies, all dietary requirements catered for!

Make sure Farmer Palmer’s is part of your itinerary when you visit Dorset. Their attention to detail and exceptional customer service sets them apart from the competition. This is the friendliest farm park in Dorset. Best to check out their website before you visit for the latest news, opening times and prices.

Facilities include: Free Parking, Café, Gift Shop, Kiosk (open at busy times), Toilets and Multiple Baby Change Stations, Breastfeeding Welcome.


Months Open: Open daily from early February to late December.
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: See website for details.
Catering: Hen House Restaurant

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