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DairyLand Farm World

#14 of 61 things to do in Newquay Features Animals
A3058, Newquay TR8 5AA, England
+44 1872 510349
Review Highlights
Bizarre, Surreal and great for children, if not for those afeared of Bovines

This strange yet charming place is a super pseudo theme park of the cow variety, centering around a... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Rich B
Great day for families

It is basically a working farm with lots of little activities for small and young children. Death... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Keith M
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Dairyland Farm World, near Newquay, Cornwall offers a fantastic adventure park to suit all ages. From slides to the nature trail, tractor rides and pony rides, to milking the cows, feeding our animals and touring our museums. A visit to our fun farm promises a great value family day out! If the weather's not so good, don't dispair! - Dairyland offers a whole host of family fun all under cover including The Bull Pen - our Massive Indoor play centre, Tour the milking parlour and take part in the milking of the cows, our interesting and factual farm museums where you can explore Cornish farm life throughout the ages and not forgetting Clarabelle's kitchen café with our wide range of great value food and drink.
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  • Average12%
  • Poor6%
  • Terrible6%
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A3058, Newquay TR8 5AA, England
+44 1872 510349
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Reviewed 4 days ago

This strange yet charming place is a super pseudo theme park of the cow variety, centering around a farmyard theme. First out, let me be clear, I have no beef with it, nor do I think they're milking the idea of farms to get money,...More

1  Thank Rich B
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is basically a working farm with lots of little activities for small and young children. Death slides for the brave, and small slides for the toddlers. There is a museum and a working cow parlour that allows children to chill for a bit and...More

Thank Keith M
Reviewed 1 week ago

DairyLand Farm World was a treasure of a find on our recent visit to Cornwell. The ticket is valid for one week, so we could visit throughout the week to catch the different timed events. My 20 month-old son loved the place. Feeding the animals...More

Thank Jonathan D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This is a great place for families. So much more than expected. Farm animals, huge indoor softplay, outdoor activities, lovely museum of wonderful objects from days gone by. Restaurant, shop or areas for picnics. Interactive with animals, goat feeding, bottle feeding baby calves. Despite the...More

Thank Yvonne M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Really nice, well kept and clean Farm. Loads of animals from chickens to ponies. There are some attractions you have to pay for but are not too expensive: pony rides £1, tractor ride £1 and electric tractors £1.50. There is a restaurant on site which...More

Thank Travelerdeano
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Absolutely loved this place. It wasn't overly crowded, great mix of animals, play equipment and the best soft play I have ever been in, it felt clean too, my daughter finds the toddler ones a bit boring but this one was great as a little...More

Thank Holidaymaker4
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely day out for families with young children. Need more outdoor activities for older children. Visit was spoilt by visit in cafe for lunch. Not enough staff in for a bank holiday, long wait for adult food, children had eaten their lunch boxes before our...More

Thank 11Lily11
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Pretty shabby, indoor play area felt grubby and overall the place is in need of investment. This is our 4th year in a row holidaying in Cornwall but first time here. Won't be back.

Thank Caradlm46
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited on our CATA pass as a local business owner, in exchange for recommendations for local attractions to our many visitors from around the world. I will NOT recommend. We wasted 1 and a half hours of our visit waiting for 2 paninis and a...More

Thank Merriman88
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Brilliant for all kids 2-14yo. A lot to do there feeding livestock a tractor ride watching cows getting milked and a huge soft play area highly recommended and definitely value for the admission

Thank Mjg9285
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Philip L
We are visiting Newquay later this year and are thinking of paying a visit to dairy Land farm. Are there enough things there to keep 9 and 7 year old lads occupied? Many thanks in advance.
27 January 2017|
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Response from lunarythym | Reviewed this property |
Dairy Land is aimed for younger children, because The Bull Pen is an indoor soft play area. But saying that, there are tall "death" slides in there as well for older children and adults. Plus there is a nature trial, petting... More
Can anyone say if well behaved dogs are allowed at Dairyland (and if so with what restrictions) please - conflicting reviews on here and nothing definitive on the website. Please can someone help?
3 August 2016|
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Response from Carolpepp | Reviewed this property |
I have dogs which we never took there. Guide dogs only
Catherine K
Do they allow entry for dogs?
13 June 2016|
Response from biancaaxo | Reviewed this property |
We saw a family with a dog, but not sure if it was a guided dog or not. It will be on the website though :)