- Indoor and Outdoor
- Ages 0-12
- Children's Farms, Parks and Playgrounds
4 Kingdoms Farm Adventure Park may sound like something out of Game of Thrones but they’re pleased to say it’s a lot more family friendly!
Set in 28 acres on the Hampshire/Berkshire border, the stunning countryside meanders around three large lakes offering an abundance of wildlife, including otters, birds, insects, fish, ducks and rabbits. The farm itself is home to several familiar breeds from lambs to calves to goats. Stay warm and dry in the undercover area to enjoy getting to know these gentle, friendly animals.
Roll up your sleeves because there are a grand total of 21 play zones to explore! There’s a laser tag arena, inflatables, swings, go karts, pedal carts, mini village, climbing frames, giant slides, pedal boats, and four different train rides. What’s even better is that all of this is included in the entry price!
Open space, nature, wildlife and acres of fun!!!
- Seasonal events available
- Food and drink
20th March - 15th November
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 18:30
Adults from £8.50
Kids (2-16) from £8.00
Family of 4 from £28.00
A339 Newbury Road, Headley, Hampshire, RG19 8JY, England
WebsiteClick here to visit 4 Kingdoms Farm Adventure Park's website.
Yes, there is parking onsite.
Yes, there are toilets.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Yes, you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant and snacks are available.
No, 4 Kingdoms Farm Adventure Park is not wheelchair friendly.
No, 4 Kingdoms Farm Adventure Park have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
4 Kingdoms Farm Adventure Park has not told us if they are dog friendly.
Heatwave nightmare 1 out of 5 stars
Hi We visited today and lasted less than an hour. Our first impression as we entered with two children who were desperate for the toilet was the smell of sanitary bins that clearly needed emptying. We proceeded to the main field and in all honesty we were shocked at how deceiving the website is, this place is much smaller than it is sold on the website. Some of the climbing equipment was good and the doughnuting was fun for our respective little ones but there was one very young slight girl attempting to manage the children who were all getting stuck on their way up with their rings. She was at the top of the ramp. The hottest day of the year with limited shade and no drink close by and it is clearly a two man job up there. The kids then wanted to go on the pull along by tractor ride but it was manned by one person who was also driving the large tractor ride, and the train! All of which looked old and tatty. The guy working on this was lovely and was managing everyone very well but I just think it’s unacceptable to expect one person to do all of this. We tried to find shade at one of the tables but counted a total of about six tables with umbrellas on one of the hottest days of the year! No one wanted to go inside to eat due to the disgusting smells from the toilet which was right next to the restaurant... it was then we decided to leave! It has potential but is understaffed, tatty and run down. My advice on trip advisor will be Don’t go here if you have been to fishers farm as it is nothing in comparison...Roonie76
Great place for kids to burn off some energy 4 out of 5 stars
We had a great day we have an 18 month old and we managed to do most things. There is loads of picnic tables so great for a nice day! We got lunch there it was busy but service was quick and food was great. Our little girl loves being out and there's plenty of areas to run around there's slides, play castles, sandpits and plenty of imaginary play areas . You can feed the animals and even ride in a fire truck. Great all round day.SJ Hatt
Halloween Night 5 out of 5 stars
Went along with my daughter and the two grandchildren. We had the best Halloween ever! The entertainment with the Zombies was so scary I was screaming as well as the children. We also went on the train ride not expecting anymore scares, but that too was extremely scary and so well done. Well done to all who put the night together. The staff were so helpful and looked good in their costumes. Will we be back. Yes of course!Anonymous
Avoid big events 1 out of 5 stars
First time we went we had an amazing time went today to see paw patrol and was hugely disappointed we were rushed through with the meet and greet didn't even gerbil a decent pic of them all together and half the animals were out in fields only visable from the train posted on thier Facebook page and it was deleted and I was blocked won't be going againMummyJedski
Great day out! 5 out of 5 stars
We visited 4 Kingdoms yesterday and what a great day out. We have a 3, 5 and 7 year old and we had to drag them away! There is so much to do for all ages. We met friends who have 10 year olds and they thoroughly enjoyed it too. We could not fault the staff, so friendly and helpful. We loved the fact everything was free once you paid to get in, even the little ride on machines that kids beg you for a £1 to go on! The sweets handed to the kids when you exit was a nice touch. We will definitely be returning.