Sacrewell Easter Half Term

Type:Children's Activity Event

Sacrewell, Great North Road, Thornhaugh, PETERBOROUGH, Cambridgeshire, PE8 6HJ

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Sacrewell Easter Half Term


Explore Sacrewell this Easter and celebrate the season of new life with your family. We'll have lambs, kids, and our Belted Galloway calf to visit!

Join us for cade lamb feeding demonstrations, where you can learn what a cade lamb is and why they're fed by hand. (These demonstrations are scheduled daily at 10 AM & 2 PM.)

Listen to our daily animal talks, and take part in our self-led animal trail where you can explore our 50 acres and get to know all of our animals.

And if that's not enough, we have plenty more to keep the children (and adults) entertained, including…

- Award-winning natural play area
- Indoor soft play area – the Playbarn
- Outdoor adventure play area
- Sensory garden with mud kitchen
- Blacksmith taster sessions (8+)
- Fallen Trees Den Building area
- 18th Century mill full of history and heritage
- Rare breed goats and adorable new kids
- Belted Galloway cows (plus our very cute calf Cinnamon!)
- Charming ponies
- Roaming peacocks
- Priority rare breed pigs
- Loveable donkeys
- Rare breeds of sheep
- Cheeky Alpacas
- Small Animal Barn
- Gift shop
- Ice cream station
- Origin8 café

Admission includes ALL day access and entrance to our Indoor Playbarn.

Guide Prices

Day visit Child: £8.25
Day visit Adult: £9.95
Day visit Concession: £8.95
Under 2s: FREE
Registered Carers: FREE

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