🚜 The Farmer Ted’s main outdoor Adventure Playfield (next to the animal barn) including our swings and go-karts are being relocated whilst we make some exciting improvements. We apologise for any disruption whilst these are closed. 🚜
Explore the Farmer Ted’s outdoor play area
Here at Farmer Ted’s we have everything you need to help encourage your children to play outdoors. We have crazy climbing frames, rope bridges, swings, pedal tractors, a massive undercover sandpit and lots of open spaces for your kids to burn off their energy.
Farmer Ted’s is now for Teenagers too!
Think Farmer Ted’s is just for your little ones? Not anymore! We now have lots of activities for your teenagers!
- See how long they can stay on our amazing jumping pillows.
- Get them to try and hit our floating SAFE archery targets (suitable for 7 yrs plus)
- Challenge them to explore our new HUGE adventure maze!
Farmer Ted’s Adventure Maze is currently open daily until the end of the Summer Holidays.
There is even a zip line that many a ‘grown up’ has been spotted zipping along on.
Let your kids practice their racing driver skills with our large pedal Go-Kart circuit and watch your little ones pretend to be farmers in our Combine Harvester play area.
We also have lots of seating for you and your family to recharge your batteries before you continue with your day.
Free Tractor Rides
Tour the Farmer Ted’s Farm Park with our free tractor ride or weather permitting, barrel around the farm with our Quad Barrel Rides for as little as £1.00 per seat!
Animals you can see on the Farmer Ted’s Tractor Rides
During your free tractor ride, you may see Cows, Llamas, Sheep, Reindeer, Goats, Ponies, Donkeys and our Horses are often out in the fields here at Farmer Ted’s Adventure Farm.
Farmer Ted’s Good Animal Husbandry Practices
Although here at Farmer Ted’s Adventure Farm, we always try to ensure there are lots of animals for you to see during your tractor ride, certain times of the year, some of our fields may seem to be low on animal numbers. This is due to good husbandry practices where field use is rotated to allow grass to recover and fertiliser applied.
Thank you for your understanding.