Explore Children’s Petting Farms in Gloucestershire

Explore Children’s Petting Farms In Gloucestershire

On the edge of South-West England and famous for beautiful and picturesque towns and villages such as Bourton-on-the-water, Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-wold and historical Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire has lots on offer for an adventure with the whole family.

Home to the Royal Forest of Dean, one of England’s last remaining ancient forests, and the green meadows of the Severn Vale, a  trip to one of the regions  children’s petting farms is a must to keep the little ones entertained.

With lots to choose from, here’s our pick of the bunch!

Visit Children’s Petting Farms In Gloucestershire

Cattle Country Farm Park
Berkeley Heath Farm House, Berkeley, GL13 9EW 

There’s plenty to get stuck into at Cattle Country Children’s Petting Farm in Gloucestershire! Meet sheep, goats, cows and more in the Animal Experience Barn and along the Farm Trail. Throughout the year children can pet rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens and feed pigs, calves, lambs and goats too.
And that’s not all, take a bumpy Tractor & Trailer rides, explore two huge Indoor Play Barns, try your hand at Mini Golf and lots more at this fun, family farm day out.

Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park
Guiting Power, Cheltenham, GL54 5FL

Founded in 1971 to protect rare breeds of farm animal, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park is dedicated to delivering the best of British farming…and lots of fun too! Discover smaller animals at this children’s petting farm like Rabbits Guinea Pigs, Chicks and lambs in the Animal Discovery Barn and meet new born piglets, donkey foals and goat kids in the Animal Barn. Feeding cattle from the incredible viewing platforms is lots of fun, and be sure to stop for a tasty treat in the Ox Shed Café & Bar too!

Over Farm
Over Farm, Over, GL2 8DB

In the heart of Gloucestershire, Over Farm is a great choice for a children’s petting farm visit with the whole family.
There’s so much to discover, pull on your wellington boots to meet plenty of furry friends. Adventure to the paddocks to say hello to pigs, chickens, ducks, sheep and even ostriches. This children’s petting farm is also home to plenty of events to keep little farmers busy from Easter to Christmas. Don’t forget to visit the new cafe for a delicious treat, choose from hot drinks and snacks to delicious smoothies, milkshakes and cakes!

Please Note: information included in this article is correct at time of publishing. Due to current government guidelines related to COVID-19 some attractions and facilities may differ. Please check each individual attractions website before you visit.