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There's lots to do and see at Gulliver's Farm Park

Animal Fields
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Tour Farmer Gully's Animal fields and see your favoruite farmyard animals! FInd Pigs, Chickens, Cows, Goats, Alpacas, Ponies and More.

Tractor Ride
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Come and climb aboard the tractor and take a trip around the funky farm. What animals can you see?

Mini Diggers
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Jump aboard our Mini Diggers in our digger training area.

Mini Tractors
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Can you get yourself around the track by using the pump handle?

Farmyard Play
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A great colourful play area for children to climb and slide, whilst the parents have a coffee.

Farmhouse Kitchen
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Why not come along to the Farmhouse Kictchen Cookery School and use your skills to make a healthy meal from crops grown on the farm!

Insect Island
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Walk amongst giant, moving creepy crawlies! Including a Giant Centipede, Giant Wasp and a Giant Red-kneed Tarantula

Duck Feeding
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Feed the Ducks and watch as they swim up to see you...it really is a Frenzy!

Potting Shed
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This is where you can find out about pottings flowers, plants and crops.

You may even be able to pot a seed yourself and take it home.

Poo Pavilion
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It's all about POO in the poo pavilion....

Is it good or bad? Which animal is best for helping to grow crops? Could we use human poo for fuel, or maybe even chicken poo...it's all here in the poo pavilion.

Wash your hands afterwards it's a very hands on attraction!

Animal Barn
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A place to come and be up close to the many animals on Farmer Gully's Farm.

With daily meet and greets please check the schedule for animals and times.

Cuddle Corner
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This is where you can come and have a cuddle with one of the little animals at the farm such as rabbits or guinea pigs. Get up close and personal with some of the more lovable animals.

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The feathered friends of Farmer Gully are here...

From finch's and quails to budgies theres lots to see in the aviaries. How many different species can you see?