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What to do with kids in The Cotswolds

Ryan Chart
20th August 2018

Famous for its rolling hills and picturesque, chocolate box villages, The Cotswolds is a fantastic destination for a UK staycation – but it’s not just for the grown-ups. This region is packed with fun, family-friendly activities, kids of all ages will love. From farm days out to historic castles, The Cotswolds has got it all. Here are 8 of the best.
By Sarah Dawson

8. Cotswold Farm Park

When it comes to top farm days out in The Cotswolds, they really don’t come any better than this! Cotswold Farm Park, run by farmer Adam Henson of Countryfile fame, is home to a whole host of rare breeds and farmyard favourites. There are lots of opportunities to get hands-on, whether it’s holding baby chicks and rabbits at the Experience Barn, or helping with bottle feeding at the Animal Barn. Take a Farm Safari on a tractor and trailer ride through the park, let the kids loose in the Woodland Adventure area, then chill out with a Wildlife Walk through picture-perfect Cotswold countryside, before refuelling at the café.

Where: Guiting Power, Nr. Cheltenham, Gloucestershire GL54 5UG
Cost: Prices vary, depending on what day you visit, but start at £9 for adults, £8.50 for children and £7 for toddlers (2 and 3 years).

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