Something we haven’t done for a little while is a farm trip. When half term came around it seemed like the perfect opportunity. We’ve never been to Honeybrook Farm before so Friday morning off we went. Honeybrook Farm is set in a beautiful riverside location and has so much for children to do.
We arrived and I was so glad I had wellied and puddlesuited Amelia up as it was soo muddy. but for once it wasn’t actually freezing and it’s starting to feel a little more like Spring! Under 4’s go free at Honeybrook Farm which I think is amazing and makes it a really value day out.
Amelia was so excited to see the farm animals as according to her we haven’t been to a farm for “a long long time ago in last week”. There were lots of animals for the children to look at and peacocks roaming around which at first the girls were a bit unsure of but it really added to the farmy feel of the place.
My favourite thing about Honeybrook Farm was just how open the whole place was. There was so much space which was great for Amelia to just be able to roam around. We went for a little walk down by the river and found some hay bales which were the perfect propped for some photos.
As well as the farm animals there’s a soft play area, bouncy pillow (which was a firm favourite), pony rides and two play areas both of which were nice and big with lots to do. Amelia and her friends loved the bouncy pillow, I think this is such a fun addition. Amelia was so excited to have a pony ride, she absolutely loves ponies and horses so getting to have a ride on one (her second time) she was so happy. We also had a tractor ride to finish off our farm day. There was plenty of benches to eat picnics,a cafe and lots of grass space that would be perfect for summer picnics.
We had a really great day at Honeybrook. It was the perfect day of running around, stomping in mud, pony riding and having fun with friends. I would definitely recommend it to any Dorset locals!
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