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FARMS AND WILDLIFE ATTRACTIONS

Get up close and personal with some cute and cuddly furry friends, or go wild and visit some larger animals!

Hatfield Park Farm

Hatfield Park Farm

Hatfield Park Farm is a great place to spend a few hours. Wander the paddocks, feed the animals and enjoy the fresh air. Your ticket includes entrance to Bloody Hollow playground and a tractor and trailer ride around the farm. The Miniature Train costs extra – £2 per adult/child, babies under 16 months 50p

Address: Hatfield Park Farm Hatfield Park Hatfield Hertfordshire AL9 5NB

Telephone: 01707 287010

Email: info@hatfieldparkfarm.co.uk

Opening Times: Tuesday- Sunday, open 10am-5pm. Also open Mondays 10am-5pm until Monday 27th August (inclusive)

Admission: Adults £5, Children £2.50 (under 3s go free)

Parking: Free (on-site)

 

The Animal Centre @ Trent Park

The Animal Centre is run by the Wildlife Rescue and Ambulance Service, a charity dedicated to rescuing and rehabilitating wild animals and birds. The WRAS receives no funding and so relies on the Animal Centre’s income to continue its work. Based in Trent Park, around a ten-minute walk from the main car park. Lots of animals to see (the Misters like the ferrets best!) and a playground with a variety of equipment. Attached to a small tea shop, but it’s worth noting that there are no toilets for the Centre, just the ones in the main car park.

Address: Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service (Enfield), Wildlife Hospital & Animal Centre, Trent Country Park, Cockfosters Road, London, EN4 0PS

Opening Times: Open from 10:00am, last visitor entry 4:15pm. Also open Bank Holidays

Admission: Adults £3, Children £2.00 (under 3s go free)

Parking: Free (on-site)

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