Discover Farms in Hampshire

Manor Farm

 

Hampshire is full of beautiful countryside, rolling hills, stunning landscapes and wide-open spaces to enjoy. It’s also got a strong farming history from hundred’s of years gone by to present day, meaning some of the best family days out are at the childrens farms in Hampshire that are open for you to enjoy.

Discover Hampshire’s farms on your visit. From working farms where you can witness antique machinery still used today, to your favourite farm animals enjoying life on the farm!

Great for younger children

Longdown Activity Farm is a great day out for the whole family. Based in the picturesque New Forest, the farm offers a whole host of family friendly activities from bottle-feeding the kid goats and calves, to feeding the ducks. At this children’s farm in Hampshire you can visit the pigs and alpacas, and even enjoy a cuddle with a baby rabbit and a chick! The animals aren’t the only reason to visit, with soft play areas, trampolines, sand pits and straw dens, to an outdoor play-area and ride-on tractors! When you’re ready for a much deserved rest the tea room is the perfect place for a cup of tea and slice of cake.

Enjoy a great family day out at Manor Farm meeting friendly farm animals and exploring the traditional farmyard. Take part in a daily schedule of activities including Milking and Meet the Animals, help the farmer with his daily rounds on the Farmyard Walk (weekends and holidays only) and become a pupil in a Victorian School Lesson.  Then let the children run off some steam in the play area with it’s pedal tractor circuit, play tractor and combine harvester.

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Staunton Country Park

Historical farms ideal for the whole family

Following the history of farms, Butser Ancient Farm will take you on a journey of discovery back as far as the Stone Age to the Anglo-Saxons. With archeological digs, reconstructions of ancient buildings, festivals and workshops suitable for the whole family. You’ll also find crops from prehistory being grown and rare breeds of you favourite farm animals such as pigs and sheep.

History is also brought to life at Staunton Country Park, with its 1830s style ferme ormeé (ornamental farm). You’ll have a chance to interact with the animals with daily feeds and animal encounters. There’s also a children’s play barn which is the perfect place to let the kids run loose whilst you sit back and relax in the seating area. The beautiful gardens and Victorian greenhouse at Staunton are great for exploration and discover, can you navigate the Golden Jubilee Maze?!

So what are you waiting for? It’s time to visit brilliant children’s farms in Hampshire and have fun!