Bocketts Farm Park (Leatherhead) Reviews
Description:Young Street, Fetcham, Leatherhead, Surrey KT22 9BS. Tel: +44 (0)1372 363 764. Fax: +44 (0)1372 361 764 / >>Ad ... more
Bocketts Farm Park (Leatherhead) ... >>Adults £7.60 >> Senior Citizens & children over 3 years £7.20 >> 2 year olds £5.90 >> Disabled £5.30 >> After school rates £3.75 >> Child minder rates, please call.
Newest Review: ... munchies can be bought on entry. Progressing through the centre we stumbled upon the playpark which was age appropriate, but also had lots to entertain older kids. My little monster thoroughly enjoyed the exploring the giant bouncing pillows, as well as the trampolines and sandpit. There are also climbing frames, slides, swings and playhouses here. By the time she had burnt off some energy ... more
Customer Bocketts Farm Park (Leatherhead) Reviews (4)
by - written on 12/05/11 (Very useful, 120 readings)
Nestled snugly in an accessable part of the Surrey countryside near Leatherhead, this family fun farm was our chosen destination for a day out somewhere new recently. With a hard to please toddler and a grumpy husband it was not looking good... Having spent a week putting up with frequent newfound tantrums, we decided to try out a new attraction in an attempt to alleviate everyones boredom, and thankfully it worked! As you enter Bocketts Farm Park you are immediately greeted by lots of petting animals, including goats, sheep and rabbits. We visited in May and there were lots of adorable lambs which delighted me, but failed to impress our ... Read the complete review
by Helen - written on 13/01/11
I recently visited Bocketts Farm with the grand children and we all loved it - adults and children alike. There's lots to do and because of this I think the prices are reasonable. We tried one of the other local farms but it did not rate as highly with any of us as Bocketts did.
by - written on 29/03/09 (Very useful, 231 readings)
A Great Day out if you are a child BUT....... Way too expensive.. I live locally to this attraction and have, since our son was born visited it on many occasions. The facilities for the children are excellent, there are two soft play areas, a large and well designed outdoor area, trampolines, climbing frames, swings and loads more, my son loves it there. Whenever we drive past it he always asks if he can go in there. I'm not so keen though, it's just an attraction for the kids really, there are no facilities there for adults and most of the activities are for the children only. I personally feel the adult admission charge is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/01, updated on 23/09/01 (Very useful, 1655 readings)
Animal noises ran a close second to Victor's first daring attempts at getting himself understood by the scarily big outside world; but being a boy, another phrase was coined, a phrase whose consequences mummy has had to live with ever since....CAR. Kinda beside the point, but now you know my first born's first proper word (and yes, he can say it in French as well), you can understand my keenness at diverting Victor's attention from big, noisy, greasy engines, and maybe, just maybe, redirecting him in the way of small fluffy bunny rabbits and baa lambs (like redirecting him in the way of Tao, but the baby version...ermm, ignore me). So where ... Read the complete review
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