- Children's Farms
Venue type: Indoor and Outdoor
Lee Valley Park Farms is home to all those classic family favourites, with fantastic beasts, Alpine adventures and a few prehistoric discoveries thrown in for good measure.
Visit three creature zones, like the land of exotic animals where bearded dragons roam. Then take part in a hawk walk or trek down to The Farmyard where little animal lovers can feed pigs, goats or try and lure a tortoise with a tasty leaf. Cute creatures and kids? Just think of the pictures!
Kick things up a gear in the adventure play zones where you can swing, slide and swoop your way through the Bundle Barn, or fly down the hillside on a toboggan built for two. A ride on Tex the Tractor might just then be the perfect way to cool off while making your way over to the Dino Dig & Splash: an adventurers’ essential.
- Three animal areas, from farmyard to far away
- Adventure play zones, including the Bundle Barm
- Don’t miss: Dino Dig & Splash
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Pushchair Friendly
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Stubbins Hall Lane, Waltham Abbey, Essex, EN9 2EF, England
Click here to visit Lee Valley Park Farms's website
01992 892 781
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
10th February - 4th November 2018
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:00
All Ages (2+) from £6.00
Under 2's: Free
Dogs are welcome
Written by Sarah08 . 31.08.17
We all had a great time here. The kids enjoyed looking around the animals and it was a nice place to spend a few hours.
Fun day out
Written by jamiestarr . 29.08.17
Like most kids ours love animals, so this was a great day out for all. The indoor play is handy if the weather is a bit mixed, which it was when we visited. Classic, good value day out!
Not What I thought
Written by DaisyAB . 22.08.17
This was a waste of money! The kids were bored as there is hardly anything to look at. The staff were not particularly friendly (I heard them all talking about someone from head office coming down - they were panicking), the animals were not particularly fun to view either. The tractor ride was broken, so we couldn't even do that. We walked around the "farm" in 20 minutes. It's not particularly pram friendly either, like it suggests online. I can safely say, we will not be back.