Old Down Country Park - Bristol
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Old Down Country Park is a fantastic place for a family day out. The children will love saying 'hello' to the animals, including rabbits, guinea pigs, goats, sheep, Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs and ponies (feed for the goats and chickens is available to buy from the farm shop). There's plenty of space for the youngsters to run off steam with a play area, sand pit and an adventure playground.
Take some time to explore the Estate. The centerpiece is Old Down Manor (not open to the public but available for weddings) surrounded by a lovely Victorian Walled Garden. Wander through the Wildflower Meadow down to the lake and woodland walks and you'll be rewarded with wonderful views over the Severn Estuary.
After all this activity relax with a well-earned cuppa in the cozy café or, if the weather is fine, sink in to a deckchair on the lawn and treat the family to a refreshing ice cream. Once suitably refreshed browse round the well-stocked farm shop selling home made bread, gifts, fresh fruit and vegetables, jams, preserves, chutneys and much more.
Wheelchairs are available from the farm shop (£10.00 refundable deposit required)
Well-behaved dogs welcome in the grounds if kept on a short leash.
There's a full programme of Animal Encounter sessions and special events. Click on the website or see our events page for details.
A Mongolian Yurt is available for family celebrations and children's parties. Phone +44(0) 1454 414081 or click on the website for details.
Old Down Bistro
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings the café transforms into a Bistro
Adults £7.30, Children aged 2-15- £4.00 (under 2yrs free), Family £20.00 (2 adults and 2 children, additional child £2.50), Senior (over 65) £4.00, Carers Free, Child Minders & Foster Carers £4.00 or free with 4 or more children
Annual Season Tickets: Family of 2 adults and 2 children £87.00 - additional children £13.00.
Single adult £46.50
Single adult and 1 child £51.00.
Couple (two Adults) £71.00
Senior (over 65) £23.50
Senior Couple (over 65) £41.00
Group discounts available- please phone for details.
The Cafe and Shop opening times vary according to the season but hot and cold drinks and snacks are served throughout the Year
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