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A great family day out come rain or shine! Meet & feed the animals in Pets Corner. Hop on a tractor ride to explore the farm. Sit and relax with a cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake from the tearoom, while the children run off steam in the...more
Ive been coming to Roves farm for the past 10 years. Today I visited for the first time in 3 years and cannot believe how much the entrance fee is now. Facilities and play equipment is good, nice and spacious but lots of exhibits neglected...More
So we started off by arriving later than planned which was a shame as we still could have spent longer there once 5pm closing time had arrived. Our chidren aged 8, 5 and 3 loved running about in Pets Corner to feed the animals at...More
We visited Roves Farm - four adults and two active boys (4 and 7) for a nice day out in Swindon. We experienced the following: friendly staff, clean premises, cuddly animals, and a very tasty set of lunch options.
It must be mentioned that I...More
Roves farm has indoor play and outdoor play space as well as indoor and outdoor opportunities to see and feed the animals. They have a fantastic choice of food in their restaurant and sell their own meat and eggs! It’s a great day out but...More
We went again to Roves Farm, but came away again feeling that we were ripped off.
Some of it is good, for example the new soft play area is popular with our grandchildren. The tractor ride once done is never again worth another ride. Yet...More
Excellent day out, will keep the children occupied all day with the well timed activities and the indoor and outdoor activities helped expound the extra energy children have. Prizes very reasonable for food and has a very good farm shop.
We recently visited roves farm for the first time and had a fantastic day out. We got there early at 9am not realising that some parts didn’t open until 10. However that gave the kids a good hour to play on the huge indoor climbing...More
Question! What can you do with a 5yr old Grandson and a 2yr old Great Granddaughter on a pleasantly warm day? Answer! You could do what we did and visit Roves Farm.
There was enough interest to keep Grandad amused and so much for the...More
Visited lasrt Saturday, 4 adults 5 kids aged 3 to 10. Booked on line and saved 50p a ticket.
Admission was quick, wristbands and tractor tickets issued and off you go. One minor irritant, in 6 years of caring for my partner, have never, until...More