10 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Piglets Adventure Farm In York | Family Day Out Review


Piglets Adventure Farm in York is a fun filled family day out your little ones will love! You can expect to get hands-on animal fun, plenty of adventure playground, free riders and activities. Watch my short video walk-through below or if you are thinking about planning a visit then i recommend you reading the following 10 things you need to know before visiting Piglets Adventure Farm.


1. How much does it cost to get in to Piglets Adventure Farm in York?

You can buy tickets online cheaper than on the door via the website here or at the entrance when you arrive. You can expect to pay between £20 and £30 for two adults and two children. Their prices are broken down as follows:
  • Free Entry for Children under 1 
  • 1-16 years from £4.95 to £7.50 
  • Adults from £3.95 to £6.50 
  • Concessions (Senior Citizen, Disabled, Essential Carer Child) from £2.95 to £5.50 
The farm opens everyday from 10am – 5:30pm.

If you are looking for discount codes for Piglets Adventure Farm in York them the four best places i recommend looking are on Groupon, Stray FM, Hot UK Deals and on Piglets own discount page, as they can often release discount tickets for school holidays and seasonal experiences.

2. What is there to do at Piglets Adventure Farm in York?

Jump for joy on their Bouncing Pillows, hold on tight on the Pink Barrel Train ride, or tackle the Olym-Pig Assault Course! You can sculpt sandcastles in the Giant Sand Pit, climb over Giant Pigs, beat mum and dad on the Pedal Go-Karts, be a farmer on your own Kidbine Tractor, take a swing in Crazy Golf, explore the Nature and Farmyard Trails and hunt for fairy houses in the Fairy Trail… there’s just so much to do!

2018 map of Piglets Adventure Farm
If you want to experiences all of the above and the animals which i discuss below, then you can expect to stay for four hours. You can expect to longer should you attend one of their fabulous seasonal shows.







3. What animals can you expect to see at Piglets Adventure Farm?

Want to see little piglets? The Piglet Maternity Ward is home to expectant mums and piglets. You can get really close and watch them nestle mum and feed from her. If you’re really lucky you might even see some being born – such a memorable experience. Get close to farmyard friends in the Animal Barn. You can stroke bunnies, guinea pigs and cute baby chicks, brush the resident Kune Kune pigs and even milk a cow.!






3. What is the food like and how much does it cost at Piglets Adventure Farm in York?

There is one main cafe on site called Truffles Through Cafe, they do have a cafe in the play barn and other snack stations dotted around. They offer your typical menu, offering locally produced meat and produce. I would say that their food is reasonably priced and of good quality.

They cook everything in front of you so if you have a larger order you should expect to wait five to ten minutes for the team to prep and cook your order.

Piglets Adventure Park Food Menu - 2018


4. Is Piglets Adventure Farm in York good for prams, pushchairs and wheelchairs?

Yes you can access most areas of Piglets Adventure Park with a pushchair or wheel chair. I would mention that the paths are stoned, which isn't the easiest path in the world to push around prams.

5. What are the changing and toilet facilities like at Piglets Adventure Farm in York?

There are basic baby changing facilities in the main entrance, however in the centre of the park the men's toilets do not have any baby changing facilities within them.

Male Toilets at Piglets Farm

6. What is the parking like at Piglets Adventure Farm?

There is plenty of park close to the entrance of the Park so you do not need to worry about setting off early or struggling to find a parking space. Overflow parking enables cars to park on the fields in close proximity.

Parking at piglets adventure Farm
Overflow parking at piglets adventure Farm

7. Directions to the Piglets Adventure Farm in York

The farm is location 15 minutes from York, 42 minutes from Leeds , 1 hour and 26 minutes from Manchester and 40  minutes away from Harrogate. The postcode to use for your sat nav for piglets is YO32 9ST. Their address is Towthorpe Grange, Towthorpe Moor Lane, Towthorpe, York, YO32 9ST


8. Is Piglets Adventure Farm worth the money for a family day out?

Yes i believe it is worth the £20-£30 you pay for a family entry, especially when they are running their season events. My personal favourite being Halloween as you get to ride on the tractor to the field and pick a pumpkin for a small charge. They also go the extra mile on Halloween by introducing a child friendly ghost house, in which you can walk through.

Don't just take my word for it, the following websites have reviews of the Piglets Adventure Park and some of the sites they score it above 4 our of 5 stars:
  1. https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/
  2. https://www.dayoutwiththekids.co.uk/
  3. https://www.yell.com/
  4. http://theheartylife.com/
  5. http://tripswithatot.com/
  6. https://letsgowiththechildren.co.uk/
  7. https://little-vikings.co.uk/

9. What age is Piglets Adventure Farm in York suitable for?

Piglets is good for all ages, however to get the most out of your visit i would say that your little ones must be happy with riding on rides themselves and have a little bit of independence for some of the other-wise. For the reasons i have just stated i would say that from the age of three they can enjoyed everything to the fullest.

10. Is there plenty of space to have a picnic at Piglets Adventure Farm?

There are picnic benches and places to rest set all over the farm. There are even a couple of indoor cabins you can sit in should you want to take shelter from the elements.


Thanks for reading folks, please do let me know if you have any questions and make sure you follow them on Twitter or Facebook to keep up to date with their latest news and offers:

Yorkshire Dad

Part-time daddy and lifestyle blogger. Father of 2 boys under 2. Golfer, scare-fan, tea-lover, traveller, squash and poker player. I write on the @HuffPostUK http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/karl-young/

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