Bucklebury Farm Park is a adventure farm park between Reading and Newbury in Berkshire.
This 77 acre working farm in the Pang valley has lots of farm animals to see including Berkshire pigs, pygmy goats, Shetland ponies, reindeer, donkeys, cattle, llamas, wild boar and poultry. It also has a red deer park and Bob’s petting barn has small animals for petting sessions. Children’s play activities include an indoor play area with slides and the Bertie bus soft play area. Outdoor play activities include an adventure playground with sandpit and pedal tractors, a jumping pillow, a pedal go-kart track, tractor and trailer rides round the deer park (weather permitting) and a zip wire.
Other things to do include a walk around the woodland nature trails or climb up Tom’s tower lookout point to see across the deer park. Caters for birthday parties. Farmer experiences and Deer safari’s for extra charge.
- Free car parking.
- Farm shop selling farm produce.
- Gift shop selling toys, books and gifts.
- Shop selling pet supplies and bird feeding items.
- Woody’s Cafe serves cakes, breakfasts, lunches and afternoon teas.
- Picnics welcome.
Prices: Adults £10.95, Children & Seniors £10.25, Children aged 2 £5.12, Children under 2 FREE, Family Tickets (2 Adults and 2 Children) £37, Disabled £9, Carer accompanying disabled visitor £9. Prices correct as at May 2017.
Opening hours: Please check the Bucklebury Farm Park website for opening times.
Before you start your journey to Bucklebury Farm Park for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.