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Goats, deer, horses, ducks, swans, storks, pigeons, you name it, they've got many animals that children (and adults) love. Deer are walking around freely in the café terrace area and are so tame that you can stroke them.
The entrance fee? An amazing £0. You...More
Having looked for an inexpensive place to visit, the Earsham Wetland Centre seemed to be a good starting point - at least on the basis that in costing nothing, we wouldn't be disappointed. I can only echo other reviewers sentiments in saying wow! Situated in...More
Wow! A free place to visit. Brilliant seeing the animals. My daughter got to touch the animals and was able to feed the deer.
Lovely drinks and cakes at very good prices.
Free parking too!
Highly recommend for a few hours .
Interesting conservation project still under re-development. Many acres of farmland in which youc an find rare breeds of goats, cattle, two Suffolk punch horses, guinea fowl, Geese and swans. Small cafe and gift shop run very efficiently by the four young men who work at...More
You can visit this centre completely free of charge and picnic alongside the most beautiful hand reared tame deer who allow you to stroke them. There are a pair of stunning friendly Suffolk punch horses, goats, swans, geese, turkeys, sheep, rams, chickens...all at close quarters...More
We have visited this place twice now, my children 13,11 and 7 months love the place, our second visit was with my mother-in-law who is 60+ all ages thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The cafe is lovely with reasonably priced food and drinks (the cakes are amazing)....More
Love coming here to see the animals. I did prefer it a lot more last year when there were no barriers and you could see all the animals freely. Now they are behind fencing and there were no donkeys anymore :(
This was lovely! Perfect for a morning walk :) entry was free which is a bonus and there are loads of tame animals which are walking about and others in fields. The deer were lovely! The Suffolk punches were lovely to see too.