Chobham adventure farm

Chobham adventure farm


We all love a January sale! When we saw a 50% discount for Chobham adventure farm, we knew we had to give it a visit. We have looked at going here a few times, but as a family of 7 the price has often put us off. £125 for 7 doesn’t seem like a massive amount of money, but having never been before we didn’t even know if the kids would like it.

So claiming our 50% off we set about booking a trip at the end of January. Risky if the weather was rubbish, but we kept our fingers crossed. As the day arrived we were not disappointed! The sun was shining all day, at one point the kids were on the jumping pillow in their t-shirts.

What’s at Chobham adventure farm?

There is a mixture of everything. Once you pass through the entrance you are in the soft play area. Although it initially seems huge, it isn’t too big. You can see the kids from most of it, although there are a few exits, children can’t get out of the main entrance of the farm. There are 3 large slides, 1 suitable for all ages and 2 for older children. Socks are available to buy if you forget to bring some.

Heading outside there are a few different play areas, including a secret sandpit, jumping pillows and a donut slide. I had to check out the donut slide just to make sure it was safe for the kids 😉. We were blessed with the weather but it would be difficult to enjoy the outside areas in bad weather.

Soft play at Chobham adventure farm

Finally, my favourite bit, the animal barn! There aren’t many animals to see but the animals that are there are all super cute. Including curly pigs. Animal encounters happen throughout the day, so check the board when you get there to ensure you don’t miss out. Ours enjoyed meeting Buster the bunny and giving him a little groom.

Food & drink

You can reserve a table for a 2.5 hour slot on your visit. Without this there are very few places to sit. In good weather you could sit on the grass outside but in bad weather it is limited. The outdoor tables seemed to have no bookings while the indoor ones were busy all day. We reserved a table in the outside covered area as these were the only ones big enough for us. It does say you are not allowed to bring your own food or picnics into the farm. I must admit we didn’t see this in the information when we booked. So we turned up with a packed lunch, and ate it outside with no issues. Meals in the cafe seemed to be reasonable. They also sold hot drinks and cakes which looked delicious.

What we liked about Chobham adventure farm?

The kids definitely enjoyed their day, and were tired when we left. It is very clean and the staff that we did meet seemed friendly. I’m not sure whether it’s because it was out of season but there weren’t many staff around, I don’t think we saw a member of staff outside at all. The animals look as though they are well cared for and the queue for the bunny encounter wasn’t long. There was plenty of parking too, which is always a good thing.

What didn’t we like about Chobham adventure farm?

For the price I don’t feel there was a great deal to do there. I think it would be difficult to spend the whole day there, especially as there is nowhere to sit apart from your 2.5 hour table booking. I would say it is mainly aimed at younger children, although our kids did enjoy it.

Cow at Chobham adventure farm

Overall, we had a good day and enjoyed it. I’m not sure we would go again, especially if we had to pay the full price to get in. My tip would be to go when you can get an offer on entry prices.

Our rating is:

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