Breathe in the fresh air, reconnect with nature and road test the new attractions at Thrift farm, a charming farm park nested on the edge of Milton Keynes. Now reopened, it can’t wait to welcome families again.
What will your little farmers do first? Head straight to Thrifty’s brand-new Outdoor Play Area, where they can swoosh down slides, clamber across logs and climb high into the tower. All built in rustic wood, it fits in perfectly to the surroundings. Or go direct to the new Animal Barn to meet the adorable farmyard cows or handfeed sheep and cheeky goats
A visit to Thrift Farm would not be complete without more sights and sounds of the farm on the new Paddock Trail, where you can see Ponies, Alpaca’s, Pigs and Ducks. And don’t miss the guinea pigs, bunnies or donkeys in the nearby animal contact zone.
Another new addition are the ‘ride on tractors’, perfect for young farmers who like to whizz and vroom. Thrift Farm is also home to the Food 4 Thought Café. In addition to barista style coffee, discover a delicious range of local and homemade snacks, treats and meals.
Reopening Thrift Farm to visitors has also meant that adult social care can reopen at the farm. Thrift Farm has been supporting adults with learning difficulties for over 40 years and appreciate all your support.
Please note. Due to COVID-19 and following the latest government guidelines there may be additional health and safety measures in place during your visit.