Now open bank holidays and all week during school holidays.
Come join us at Lucky Tails Farm and meet all of our friends. THIS EASTER ADULTS £13.50 AND CHILDREN £7.50 Usual price ; £20 adults £10 supervised children. Once booked tickets are non- refundable . Click here to see terms and conditions (BY BOOKING ONLY) This will include a talk about Alpacas in the barn shop, take our Alpacas for a walk, then meet the goats, chickens, Kune kune pigs and our new residents valais black nose sheep! THE CUTEST SHEEP IN THE WORLD
***New for 2019 meet our miniature donkeys- the tiny friendly dinky donkeys***
*Please note supervised children will not have their own alpaca
Your experience will start in our visitors barn with an introduction into Alpacas, fleeces, breeding programmes and what we have set out to achieve at the farm. You will then be taken to meet our fluffy friends and harness up your own alpaca. We will then go for a very leisurely stroll around the land with Norman, Jon Snow ,Dark Knight or anyone or our herd. There will be a great opportunity for a photo shoot and those all important "selfies". Meet our 2018 cria and watch them play. Once we have the Alpacas back in their paddocks you will be able to meet
the other residents starting with;
- Our cheeky pygmy goats, always full of fun, and their newborn kids
- The pigs -throw them a carrot or two
- The strange and curious Valais Blacknose sheep
- Guinea pigs and piglets
- 20 plus chickens including Silkys, Polands and "bog standard" layers.
- Our turkey who is SO pleased christmas is over!
- Our miniature Donkeys
There will be an opportunity to feed all of the animals and meet them up close.
Visit the farm shop and view our quality alpaca products.
Finally sit , relax and enjoy the views with a drink and snack from the NEW ALPACA COFFEE SHACK.
After our guided tour feel free to stick around to spend longer watching the animals as we return to normal farm duties......yes feeding and shovelling poop!.
PLEASE NOTE; This is a working farm so in the winter the land can become wet, so be advised to wear wellingtons or sensible footwear.