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Mini Meadows Farm is a lovely children’s farm park on the Leicestershire and Northamptonshire border. Nestled in 12 acres of rolling countryside in the village of Welford, Mini Meadows Farm provides a fun, educational and great value family day out for adults and children alike, whatever the weather.
Come and meet our animals, explore the indoor and outdoor play areas, enjoy the delicious food and drink in our café and take in the spectacular views. We also hold events throughout the year and cater for school and group visits, as well as birthday parties.
We look forward to seeing you soon!About us
Mini Meadows Farm Café serves a great selection of delicious homemade cakes, light lunches and proper coffee, all against a charming rural backdrop with views across the farm.
We visited today on what was the first day opened to the public post lockdown. It was fantastic. So well organised with just the right amount of people allowed in to make those anxious feel reassured. Super friendly staff.
Enjoyed our visit despite it being January. The children enjoyed feeding the animals, especially ducks and llamas, and the indoor play area. Food was good in restaurant too. Would be lovely on summer day and reasonably priced.
Took our grandson to this fantastic place, he got to see and feed the animals, staff where excellent, very good prices to get in, worth a visit what ever the weather, there is plenty to do, and the food is excellent.
We had a fantastic visit yesterday morning. My toddler loved seeing the animals. The farm is very well organised to cope with the ongoing Covid situation. The food and drink in the cafe is excellent value for money and tasty too.
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