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Fancys Farm is free to enter and is open every day of the year except Christmas Day from 10am to 5pm. Most of our wide variety of animals are super friendly and love to be petted. Feed is available in the main building at £1 per cup. We have a...more
Hours Today: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
| Near High Angle Battery, Glacis, New Ground, DT5 1FR, England
All reviewsfeed the animalsgoatindoor play areafree entryfriendly animalsplay roomsand pitanimals includinganimal foodplease leave a donationbarn owlsmall donationsoft playby accidentbuy food to feedinside the main buildingkids enjoy
In the blistering July heat and with the menacing fences this place looked deserted and so depressing from the outside. Seemed more like an extension of the prison nearby than a family farm. This really discouraged us so that we did not enter and went...More
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Jon I, Front Office Manager at Fancy's Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Why do a review of you haven't visited? Everything is suffering with the heat and we have had to move a lot of animals to better grazing. Come in you might be surprised.
This is the second time we have visited here on holiday and we will do it every time we are in the area. It’s free to get in but donations welcome. They have yummy food freshly cooked. The animals are more friendly and interactive than...More
Myself and my partner have been staying on the Isle of Portland for the last 2 days and today after having a drive around the island came across sign posts to Fancy’s Farm so we thought we would see what was there.
We were amazed...More
My fiance and I visited Fancys farm on the 25th, 26th and 27th of May '18. Yes, you read that right. We've been before a few times and we have always had a thoroughly good time there. I can't think of a better place to...More
Been couple of times, still love going, can be very busy, but definitely well the vist, one of the best things is feeding the animals, also the views are stunning too. Next to the farm is the High angle batteries, what are very interesting too....More
Great place to visit for a couple of hours, the kids get to feed the animals which are in most part friendly and like to be fussed. As the Farm is free, donations are welcome or alternatively you can buy a bag of animal food...More
Went there with our grandson today Free to visit, though donations are requested, and a lovely way to spend a few hours. No frills and no extortion, a reasonable selection of goats, sheep, hens, pigs, donkeys, horses and wallabys and after the rain we've had...More