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Welcome to Brimham Rocks Adventure farm.

We are still in the process of adding features to the website.

So until we complete the website here are a few frequently asked questions:

 

Q – What are your admission prices?
Standard Admission is: (Standard admission excludes special events which can be purchased by clicking on the “Buy Tickets” button in the main menu)

  • Under 2’s – Free
  • Children 2 and over – £5.00
  • Adults/senior citizens – £5.00

Disabled:  we charge standard admission for disabled access, however we do allow a carer free of charge. (please note ID may be asked for on random occasions)

We have discounts in place for Group/families of:

  • 4 – £18.75
  • 5 – £21.20
  • 6 – £24.00

For larger groups please contact us to discuss this.

Q – Are You open for Educational visits?
Education is the very heart of why we exist, Mondays and Tuesdays are dedicated solely to educational group of all sizes. If you have a group you would like to bring along please contact us to discuss your requirements.

info@brimhamrocksadventurefarm.co.uk

Q – What are your opening times/days?
In alignment with North Yorkshire County council term times we are open Wednesday to Sunday each week.
10am -5pm

Over half term (again in alignment with North Yorkshire County council) we are open 7 days a week.
10am – 5pm

If there are any special dates or time amendments we will notify people of this through our Social Media pages, and Google.

Q – Are refreshments available on site?
Yes we have a small café area on site serving freshly made light lunches, a fabulous selection of cakes and slices, Ice cream and good Coffee. We do not serve chips but do offer healthier potato alternatives.

Q- Can I bring a picnic?
A – You are more than welcome to bring a picnic, we have a designated picnic area outside. Currently this is not a covered area.

Q – Is there a car-parking charge?
No our parking facilities are free for patrons

Q – What age if the farm suitable for?
The farm is a wonderful place for all ages it’s a place to be able to get close to animals that you might never have touched or even seen before. The play area has a designated baby section, and the main frame is suitable for under 12’s we also have two great little role play areas for children to be able to play vets or Tractor mechanics.

Parents/carers should supervise their child at all times.

Q – What should I wear?
It’s a good idea to ware flat comfortable shoes are there are some uneven terrain, however wellies are not essential as a good proportion of the farm is under cover. A warm coat is always a good idea you can always take it off if you get to warm. If you are attending one of our “Little Farmer Sessions” a waterproof all in one and a few layers underneath, hat and gloves are good for the children and wellies in winter as we spend a lot of time outdoors. Summer time you are good with long sleeved T-shirt and loose fitting trousers and a hat that covers the back of the neck.

Socks: socks are essential for the indoor play area and must be worn at all times.

It’s a good idea to have long sleeved shirts and long trousers for the indoor play to reduce the risk of friction burn on the slides

Q – Do you allow dogs?
We allow guide and well behaved dogs however there are certain areas of the site we simply cannot allow dogs to access : Animal Barns, Field and the children’s play area are out of bounds.

Q – Can I drop my Children off and pick them up later?
Sorry no we do not offer a crèche service and children under 15 should be accompanied by an adult at all times

Q – Do you accept card payments?
We do accept card payments.

Q – What happens if it’s wet?
Don’t worry we have lots of indoor activates for you to take part in.

Q – What happens if I leave something at the farm?
We have a lost property section at reception we keep all items for 6 months after this toy are donated to local children’s charity and clothes are taken to Charity shops.

Please contact the office on 01423 779759.

Q – Can I smoke on the farm?
Sorry we operate a no smoking policy with in the farm ground however we do have a smoking area in the carpark.

Q – What do I need to know if I’m pregnant?
Pregnant women should avoid new-born Lambs and Kids & Ewes and Nannies who have recently given birth and like all visitors should make sure they wash their hands frequently. Please do not rely on sanitiser gels they are not an alternative to hand washing but when used after through hand washing are useful.

Q – Do you have first aiders on site?
We have first aiders on site both Paediatric and regular if you require help please ask a. member of staff.

Q – Is the farm buggy and wheelchair friendly?
The majority of the farm is both Buggy and Wheelchair friendly, however at certain times of the year the field is less accessible but there is lots to do undercover.