is the best place if you really love animals and want to hold them, stroke them and even feed some of them! Farmer Bob and his helpers are always on hand to show you the large range of animals from guinea pigs to rabbits, chicks, lambs, pigs, ponies, horses, goats, cattle, donkeys and poultry.
When you have spent time with the animals you can leap about on the Jumping Pillow, climb the Bales, pedal the tractors and have a water fight on the Gobots!
When your tummy starts to rumble there's plenty to eat in the barn cafe with home-made chicken nuggets, lasagne, spaghetti bolognaise, picnic boxes, home made chips and loads of other scrumptious food. Mum can get all sorts of fresh coffees and homemade cakes too!
The gift shop sells all those things you love to take home like water pistols, stretch skeletons, bug boxes, sparkly rings, Tractor Ted and lots of farm toys.
There's even a camp site so you can stay overnight or for a holiday!
Pigeons Farm is renowned for its home cooked lunches, homemade cakes and delicious fresh brewed coffees. Refresh slush drinks and a good selection of cold drinks plus ice creams are also available. Visitors are welcome to bring their own picnics and there are indoor and outdoor tables around the farm.
Most of our food is home cooked in our 5* hygiene rated kitchens. We do not use nuts in our recipes but cannot guarantee any purchased ingredients are totally nut-free. Vegetarian meals available
Anything from wellingtons and raincoats to DVD's, ornaments, toys, key rings, books, jams, pickles and biscuits.
Toilets with disabled facilities, baby changing, toddler loo seat and toddler steps. New toilet block opened 2012
We can warm baby food if required.The toilets have baby changing,nappy sacks provided,toddler loo seats and toddler steps.Toddler play area upstairs with comfy sofas for Mum.Highchairs and booster seats in the restaurant.
Pigeons Farm is on the old A47just 1 mile East of Thorney village. From Peterborough stay on the Thorney Bypass to the third roundabout then turn right back to Thorney on old A47, then turn into 1st farm on the right .
Wellies and strong shoes are a good idea because sometimes the grass is wet after it rains but its not muddy.Take a spare pair of socks because the sand around the Jumping Pillow can be damp sometimes and you have to take your shoes off when you go on it.
If you've had fun on your family day out to Pigeons Farm, tell us about it your visit, so other people will know it's a great place to go as well.
Telephone: 01733 271020
Children under 3 admitted free
Family ticket Â£18.00 Opening Times: 2012 Opening Details:
Open 7 days a week with some mid week closing during November, December and January (see web-site )10-5pm, 10-4pm during winter.
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