Bucklebury, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 6RR
If you’re in Berkshire with a couple of kids and time on your hands, they will thank you mightily for booking a trip to Bucklebury Farm Park. Discover more than 70 acres of parkland where you’ll find deer roaming, free tractor and trailor rides around the terrain, farmyard animals galore (ponies, donkeys, pigs, wild boar and lots of other animals to pat and feed), a pat-a pet area with rabbits and guinea pigs, an indoor play area with slides, an outdoor adventure playground, a nature trail, woodland walk and large picnic area.
Bucklebury Farm Park is part of the following Travel Ideas:
"With over 70 acres of parkland to explore, Bucklebury Farm is literally a breath of fresh air. Jump on board the tractor and trailer and observe countless of deer in their natural habitat. Children will love getting up close with the animals; from feeding ponies and pigs to petting guinea pigs and rabbits. Then tire them out before tea with an adventure along the woodland walk or nature trail."
Information on Bucklebury Farm Park , Bucklebury , Reading
|Opening Times:||Daily, 10:00-18:00 until 23 Dec.|
|Admission:||Adult £7.95, Child £6.95, Family (2+2 or 1+3) £26.50.|
|Location:||Located on the edge of Bucklebury village. Three and a half miles from the A4 between Reading and Newbury.|
Full Disabled Access, Parking Availability, Refreshments
Review of Bucklebury Farm Park
Posted on by David BCustomer visited Dec 2014
My wife and I along with two of our grandchildren went to Bucklebury Farm Park on Saturday 20th December, 2014. We arrived quite late because we had been out most of the day visiting. The tractor ride and feeding the deer were very enjoyable, the grandchildren liked it as well, plenty to see and do and good walks around the grounds, and many animals to see. However one unfortunate incident though, they were open until 17.00 pm but they were cleaning up and moping the floors around us whilst we were still dining at 16.00 pm. We realise that staff may want to get home early, but when my grandchildren wanted to use the toilet it had already been cleaned, and the lights were turned off, so they were told they unable to use them. They are an eight year old boy and nine year old girl, as you can imagine it was a huge problem for them and us. Despite this though we would definitely visit again.
Mr and Mrs Bungay. Barnes Close, Didcot
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