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Move around the map and discover all the animals you can meet and fun activities you can do on your visit.

Llamas & Sheep

With their elegant necks and long, fluttery eyelashes, llamas are quite the pretty picture. They’re also very friendly and bound to come up to you when you visit. Our llamas get on very well with our sheep. We’ve got hundreds of woolly sheep and lots of different types. There’s Dorset and Lincoln Longwool, Jacob and Kerry Hill. Look out for Centurion, he’s a four-horned Manx ram. By the way, baby lambs are usually born in March, July and September.

Goats & Sheep

We’ve got all sorts of goats on the farm like Golden Guernseys, Anglo-Nubians and Saanens. The cutest are the little Pygmy goats – they’re no bigger than puppies! When you’re here, ask if you can meet Darren, our waving goat. And if you see a very pretty one that looks like a sheep, that’s our Janice. Talking of sheep, we’ve got hundreds of them! There’s Dorset and Lincoln Longwool, Jacob and Kerry Hill. Look out for Centurion, he’s a four-horned Manx ram.

1 Pet Shop & Hotel

Here you can buy lots of cute animals as pets, like rabbits, guinea pigs, mice and hamsters. You can also pick up pet food, straw and toys. If you’re going on holiday and need someone to look after your pet, check them in to our Pet Hotel. Room service is included!

2 Reptiles & Creepy-crawlies

Are you brave enough to see the slithery snakes, spooky spiders and scuttling cockroaches? You can also check out some friendly but very s-l-o-w tortoises and even a real dragon. Don’t worry, it’s not the fire-breathing kind! Next door is a reptile shop where you can buy your own pet lizard or tortoise and supplies.

Cows

We’ve got lots of lovely cows and calves out in the fields all year round. There are quite a few breeds and they all look different. Highland cows have long, shaggy coats and big hair-dos, while Longhorns have, well, long horns! We have a Dexter cow called Lola – she’s very small but very friendly!

Farm Shop

The farm shop is full of good old-fashioned tasty and locally sourced produce like meats, eggs, preserves and freshly baked bread. Mmm!

Gift Shop

Did you have fun today? Pick up a pressie to remember your visit. There are lots of souvenirs in here from tea towels to t-shirts.

Events Barn

Run around in the sand, climb along the aerial walkway and then shoot down the big tube slide. Brilliant fun!

Rodent Room

If you like your animals small, cute and very, very furry then this is the place for you. Say hello to mice, degus, rats and chinchillas.

Goat Mountain

The goats are always hungry so use the special pulley system to send them some food as they climb around the mountain.

Outdoor Play Area

Here you’ll find go-fast go-karts, springy trampolines, an adventure trail, slides and even a cool fort. The Outdoor Play Area is weather dependant and closes at dusk in the winter so get stuck in and play before it's dark! :)

Indoor play - NEW imagine, play & explore area

Home to a sledge run, bouncy castle slide, sandpit, mini farm yard and mini tractors.

Show Barn

Roll up, roll up! There’s always something going on in the show barn, from the funny farmyard panto to seasonal events like the summer animal show. While you’re here, whiz down the UK’s largest sledge run or scramble around the soft-play area.

Silver Barn & Incubator Room

The big silver barn is full of bouncy rabbits, pot-bellied pigs, cute pygmy goats, new-born piglets and lambs, slinky ferrets and cheeky chipmunks. The incubator room is where we keep our eggs and fluffy new-born chicks warm. They hatch most days so you might be lucky and see a chick pop right out!

Lunch Barn & Seated Patio

With indoor picnic area.

The Lake

This lovely lake is where you’ll find all sorts of ducks and geese splashing around.

Walk-in aviary

Get up close and feed the birds. There are lots of brightly coloured feathered friends in here, including parakeets, lovebirds, finches and pheasants.

Ponies & Donkeys

Our Shetland ponies are tiny and you can see them in the same field as our friendly old donkeys.

Chickens

We’ve got feathers flying all over the farm with loads of chickens clucking around. There are Polish ones, Marans, Orpingtons, Bantams and Silkies. Pop into the incubator room to see the fluffy chicks hatch!

Wallabies

Wallabies are a bit like little kangaroos. From February onwards you can see the joeys (babies) in their mums’ pouches. By spring they’re a bit big and have to hop out!

Deer

Don’t miss the beautiful Fallow and Red deer.

Rheas

Rheas look a bit like small emus and come from South America. They only have three toes (most birds have four), which means they can run fast.

Pigs

Little piglets are born all year round and we’ve got lots of breeds, including Gloucester Old Spot, Pot-bellied and Large White. We also have a couple of friendly New Zealand Kune Kune pigs, Peggy and Beasley. Peggy sits when you ask her and Beasley will shake your hand. A proper gentleman!

Llamas

With their elegant necks and long, fluttery eyelashes, llamas are quite the pretty picture. They’re also very friendly and bound to come up to you when you visit.

Sheep

Baa! We’ve got hundreds of woolly sheep and lots of different types. There’s Dorset and Lincoln Longwool, Jacob and Kerry Hill. Look out for Centurion, he’s a four-horned Manx ram. By the way, baby lambs are usually born in March, July and September.

Goats

There are all sorts of goats at White Post Farm, like Golden Guernseys, Anglo-Nubians and Saanens. The cutest are the little Pygmy goats – they’re no bigger than puppies! When you’re here, ask if you can meet Darren, our waving goat. And if you see a very pretty one that looks like a sheep, that’s our Janice.

Cows & Calves

We’ve got lots of lovely cows and calves out in the fields all year round. There are quite a few breeds and they all look different. Highland cows have long, shaggy coats and big hair-dos, while Longhorns have, well, long horns! We have a Dexter cow called Lola – she’s very small but very friendly!

Meerkats

Meet our marvellous meerkats. See them being fed everyday as they climb, explore, play all day.

Morag's Mini Golf

Main Yard

Play the new Water Wars and meet Molly the Milkable Cow. *Water Wars is a seasonal attraction.

Rafters Tea Room and Seated Garden

Animal Paddocks

Take a nice big stroll around the paddocks where you can meet and feed goats, sheep, cows, llamas, chickens and lots more.

Reptile Shop

All sorts of amazing animals bred here at the Farm and everything you need to take care of them.