- Children's Farms
- Activity Centres
Suitable for ages: Babies and Toddlers (0-3), Young Children (4-8) and Older Children (9-12)
Venue type: Outdoor
Johnsons Old Hurst
Available for patrons of the farm shop and tea rooms, the children's playing field is a safe and enjoyable area with toy tractors and play fort in the pleasant surroundings of the farm animals.
The Eccentric Englishman and garden sells home produced food and snacks using ingredients from their shop wherever possible, from a delicious fresh cooked breakfast through to morning coffee, lunches and their speciality traditional cream tea.
Along with their traditional farming they are not afraid to try alternative meats with a modern approach. Their new crocodile enclosure is now completed and the crocodiles are on view to the public: come and see them for yourself!
Getting There and Contact Information
Church Farm Church Street, Oldhurst, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, PE28 3AF, England
Click here to visit Johnsons Old Hurst's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Shop: Tuesday to Friday from 9 AM until 6 PM Saturday from 9 AM until 4 PM Tearoom: Tuesday to Friday from 9.30 AM until 4.30 PM Saturday from 9 AM until 4.30 PM Closed on Sundays and Mondays
Shop and Tea Rooms have menus available and kids play area available for paying customers
Free Fun Outdoors
Written by mumzy92 . 08.04.17
It is a nice farm with a range of animals (my son loves the REAL crocodiles!) and a nice grass area with a few things for the children to play on. There's a nice little café that serves cake and sandwiches etc. but its quite expensive.. The farm shop/butchers is amazing though and I would highly recommend their produce! It is somewhere that the children can be entertained for a couple of hours but I wouldn't suggest planning a whole day here as the options to keep your children entertained in limited. It would be an amazing place if they could get some hands on experience with the farm animals e.g. lamb feeding or similar and also enhance the play area for the children.. I am looking forward to see what the future brings with this farm as it could be become something amazing.