Christmas Tree Farm (Kent) Reviews
Newest Review: ... refreshments hut, plants for sale, a small toy/souvenier shop and toilets, with large facilities to wash and dry your hands. Entrance is £3.00 for adults and £1.50 for children. There was a sign saying prices are going up but it was only an extra pound or so. I think this is a great price seeing as for other farms or zoos you can pay up to £10 each. They have buckets of food for the animals for sale at 50p for small and £1 for large. A large bucket comfortably lasts round the whole farm, for my daughter anyway. Latex gloves are also available at this point if you don't like animal slobber. The animals are kept behind their wooden fen... more
Customer Christmas Tree Farm (Kent) Reviews (6)
by - written on 15/04/10 (Very useful, 333 readings)
I have been to this farm a few times now. It's about 35 minutes away from where i live so it's a treat when we do go. A trusty sat nav is an essential too, well for me anyway. It is situated in the village of Downe which is the Bromley borough. This area is very rural and peaceful so is a lovely day out. It has always been nice weather when i've been so the car park can get full pretty quickly, after that people end up parking on the country road which isn't very big, but needs must. Before entering into the farm there is a small grass area with picnic tables and today they had a bouncy castle. There's a reasonably priced refreshments hut, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/09 (Very useful, 379 readings)
We went to Christmas Tree Farm last weekend on the recommendation of friends. It is essentially a farm of animals, most of which which can be petted and fed by adults and children alike. Some of the animals are not traditional farm animals e.g. Ostriches and Alpacas and a few cannot be petted, but you can still get pretty close. You can buy little buckets of feed for 50p/£1. This feed is suitable for all animals. Entrance is great value at £3 for adults. £1.50 for children and Under 2's free. *What animals are there? There are 2 Jersey cows called " Betty & Daisy, 2 Donkeys called Ellie & J.C. and various ponies, including miniature ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/01, updated on 03/12/01 (Very useful, 2343 readings)
When I was little farms were a part of our childhood. On a sunday we would get in a the car and drive until we found a children's farm so we could feed the animals. Now, unfortunatly they are slowly but surely closing due to lack of funding. When we had our daughter we decided to look for a farm and came accross christmas tree farm, which by the way is not full of christmas trees. It is in the heart of kent off the m25 junction 4 in Down village near Cudham. When you approach the car park you can see all the sweet animals running around in the fields. It costs 50p for children over two and £1.50 for adults. Under two's are free. You can ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/01, updated on 12/05/01 (Very useful, 200 readings)
Christmas Tree Farm offers us all the opportunity to visit the country. I actually dropped in there last year when travelling around Kent on a camping holiday. I had intended to simply break up a long journey, but instead found that the farm gave more entertainment than I had anticipated. The animals to be found there are all kept in good conditions, and are clearly happy and healthy, despite being subjected, at times, by a little too much love from the visiting children. They may be fed and fondled, both of which make them even happier, and yet the farm is more than just a cuddly pet's corner. Here is a real opportunity for town children to sample a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/10/00, updated on 31/10/00 (Very useful, 364 readings)
I've been here twice recently and it really is great for a half day out. Its cheap too - about £2 for an adult and less for children. Buckets of animal feed are either £1 or 50p. Everyone will enjoy a trip to Christmas Tree Farm. Children will enjoy the close contact with the many farm animals as they are able to feed and stroke them (this includes stroking chickens which are happy to be carried around by the children!). All the animals go mad for the animal feed provided, even the cows ! The animals are kept in natural conditions, having large areas to roam about in and they do seem to get a bit mixed up as the day progresses, so much so that ... Read the complete review
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