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We always enjoy visiting Bucklebury Farm Deer & Safari Park. It’s a lovely place for children to play and see the farm animals.
What is there to do at Bucklebury Farm?
We always love visiting Bucklebury Farm no matter what the weather is doing. We have so much fun exploring the farm and getting up close to the animals and the children love the play areas.
In terms of outdoor play you will find a jumping pillow and castle themed play area with climbing frames, slides and a zip wire. There are also pedal go karts and Woody’s Leap which is a wooden obstacle course. You can also explore the woodland trail.
You can get up close and feed some of the animals in the farm which is great fun. There is a hand washing station for afterwards!
The tractor ride is always a highlight of our trip where you can get up close to the deer and feed them from the trailer.
Bucklebury Farm holds lots of themed events throughout the year – details of which can be found on their website.
What facilities are there at Bucklebury Farm?
They also offer Friday Night Dinner and Play tickets which include access to the soft play area and dinner as well. You can book those tickets here.
There is a cafe which serves breakfast, lunch and afternoon teas with a lunch package for children. There are plenty of picnic benches dotted around.
You can also stay at Bucklebury Farm in one of their five rustic glamping tents which are hidden away in the woods, overlooking the deer fields. You can find out more here.
There is also a small shop here too.
How do I book tickets?
You can book general admission and membership tickets here.
Where is it?
The address for Bucklebury Farm is Pease Hill, Reading, RG7 6RR. There is plenty of free car parking.
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