Dairyland Farmworld (Cornwall) Reviews
Newest Review: ... just come back for seconds! During the Winter, it's £5.25 for kids to get in to use 'The Bull Pen' but their parents get in free! So what do you get for your entry fee? Well we visited early May and if you like cute baby farm animals this is the time to go as there's lots going on. I think the main 'Hay' barn was the biggest draw for most of the visitors. We spent hours in here as this is where all the calves were. All the animals are tame and very friendly, most of the little cows came over and let you pet them and are very happy to pose for photos! Also in the main barn is Hilda, a gorgeous big old piggy who you can buy food to feed, d... more
Customer Dairyland Farmworld (Cornwall) Reviews (3)
by - written on 18/05/09 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Most of our holiday in Cornwall this Spring seemed to revolve around the animal attractions, of which there are many. Small and perhaps not on the top of everyone's list of 'must see-s' is Dairyland Farm World. I have to say though, this was probably my favourite place we visited the whole week. Dairyland Farm World, as the name suggests is a farm with it's main attraction being it's cows. It's very easy to get to from Newquay, where we were staying. It's a short bus ride from the bus station, of which the buses are regular and on time (not like where I live!). The bus will cost around £2.70 and they also run here from St. Austell and Truro. If travelling by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/01, updated on 02/08/01 (Very useful, 56 readings)
We went to dairyland last year and had a great time. There is just so much to do. My daughter loved it and there are so many animals. The highlights are feeding the lambs and goats which made my daughters day. It is really easy to find, just outside Newquay and is really reasonably priced. I think for three of us cost about ten pounds. There is a gift shop inside which is really resonable too. You can pick up small gifts for next to nothing. The farm itself is fully working and you can watch the cows being milked, the sheeps sheared and all the animals fed. It also has a museam so you can see all the old farm equipment. There is a seperate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/11/00, updated on 15/11/00 (Very useful, 201 readings)
We went to Dairyland Farmworld in October when we were holidaying in Cornwall. It is not as well signposted as other attractions in the area, so we got slightly lost, but found it in the end, and had a great day out. This is the day when my youngest realized milk didn’t come from bottles. We watched as the farm milked its Cows. I would have paid the entrance fee just to see her expression of disbelief, but she is only just 3 years old. The weather was sunny with out breaks of rain, so the ground was quite muddy, as were my trousers by the end of the day. They had pony rides, but you had to purchase tokens at the entrance or in the ... Read the complete review
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