Google Reviews


"Great place to take a toddler on a beautiful day that adults will enjoy, too! The park is large, lots of space to run around and see all of the animals - reindeer, alpacas, llamas, goats, pigs, donkeys, horses, turkeys, geese, chicken. There is good signage with interesting facts about the animals and it's fun to feed them (food bags are 1GBP each). Nice that they have several hand washing stations. The area is beautiful. There's a cafe and a little shop as well."

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  • Research on llamas, alpacas and the Inca Empire - Research on llamas, alpacas and the Inca Empire: Happy New Year! We all have some interest in llamas and alpacas, yet some of you may not be completely aware of the essential role they played in kick-starting Andean societies. Without them there would have been no Machu Picchu, nor could Continue Reading
  • DISABLED - Disabled Reviews made by people on the internet are public and open for response by the people about whom the comments have been made. Google and Trip Advisor provide this facility. Quite often people make wrong statements on line, sometimes they tell out and out lies, as they do not Continue Reading
  • Birth - One of the greatest joys of being on a farm at Spring-time is the joy of birthing and all those little animals that come with it. Of course the other great joy is the sunshine and the fact that people actually start to come back and visit The Park all Continue Reading
  • Trippy Advisor - The internet is a wonderful thing. It has completely changed the way we live and work and many would admit that they cannot live without it. However, as we all know, the Internet is also a force to be reckoned with - a pool of information from which you cannot Continue Reading
  • The joys of the great British summer (all two weeks of it) - As the summer holidays draw to a close and the August bank holiday draws ever closer, I have found myself thinking increasingly about what it is that makes a child's summer special. What small gestures and moments fit together to form a summer jigsaw in a child's mind. There are Continue Reading
  • How to Become a Llama Farmer at 60 - As I sit here and think about what to write for The Llama Park's first blog post, it occurs to me that perhaps the best place to start is at the beginning. To truly understand The Llama Park, maybe it is best to understand me and my family. My name Continue Reading