Whether you enjoy being followed by a baby goat, surrounded by a group of mischievous piglets, or dropping food onto the tongue in the ever-open mouth of one of the cows, there is always something to do at Baylham House Farm.
On top of the opportunity to get up close and personal with such a wide variety of farm animals, the Farm also heralds the return of the Baylham 3-D maze in the summer holidays. The lair of the Giant Woozle Snark is not for the faint hearted, but there are many other activities around the farm to keep all ages entertained.
Throughout July the farm is open as usual to the public with beautiful riverside and lakeside walks, ever popular residents, such as Monty the alpaca and Wilma the Kune Kune pig, together with this year’s kids and piglets all competing for attention (and food!). Many people come for the day (and at the end of the day plenty of children still don’t want to leave, unless – of course – they can smuggle a piglet home with them).
The café is open daily for light lunches or afternoon tea, and there are plenty of places around the farm to enjoy your own picnic. Open Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holidays, 10am until 5pm.
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www.baylham-house-farm.co.uk or phone 01473 830264.