With Shropshire packed full of places of historical interest, market towns and wonderful countryside, it’s can be easy to forget that sometimes the kids need a little treat themselves. So a family attraction that will satisfy the hearts and minds of both parents and children can only be a bonus.
Rays Farm is a family attraction set in the beautiful Shropshire countryside, just outside Bridgnorth. Here you can meet a wide variety of animals and birds whilst everyone will enjoy exploring the myriad of winding woodland pathways in ancient woodland.
There are many breeds of deer that the children can feed including reindeer which is always a treat at Christmas time. There’s a coffee shop that is open all day for freshly prepared refreshments and a children’s play area too.
Who you will meet on the farm:
• A friendly herd of Pygmy Goats
• Ponies and Donkeys
• Red Squirrels
• Ducks, Geese and Chickens
• Rabbits and Guinea Pigs
• Many breeds of Deer, including Reindeer
• The largest privately owned Owl collection in Shropshire
• Wood sculptures of Nursery rhyme characters
• Pigs, Sheep, and Alpaca
• Woodland walks (8 acres)
• Children’s & separate toddler play areas
• Wild bird viewing hide
Opening Dates and Times 2013
February – Open weekends and school holidays 10am-5.30pm
1st March to 3th November – Open every day 10am-5.30pm
From 4th November – Closed
December – Father Christmas pre-booked visits only
January – Closed
Admission Charges 2013
Adults – £8.50 Concessions – £8.00 Children (2-16 years) – £6.95 Under 2 years old – Free
Season Tickets valid from February to October available: £34 per Adult and £27.80 per Child.
• Paths are steep in places
• Sorry no dogs allowed except guide dogs
• Free coach and car parking
• Facilities for the Disabled (woodland paths not suitable for wheelchairs)
Address & Contact Details
For more information and to prebook season and Christmas tickets, please call: Tel: 01299 841255
Ray’s Farm Country Matters, Billingsley, Bridgnorth, Shropshire WV16 6PF
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