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Dorset Heavy Horse Farm Park

Wimborne, Dorset

  • Dorset Heavy Horse Farm Park
  • Dorset Heavy Horse Farm Park
  • Dorset Heavy Horse Farm Park
  • Dorset Heavy Horse Farm Park

Edmondsham Road, Near Verwood, BH21 5RJ

Tel: 01202 824040

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An activity filled day out for all ages at this award winning park!
Soak up the splendid scenery with a Wagon or Tractor trailer ride around the park. Listen and learn, or join in the fascinating talks and tours throughout the day(history with humor!) Grab the chance and "Drive" a real tractor in the off-road arena! Join in feeding the Heavy Horses in their newly rebuilt courtyard stables and their friendly farmyard friends in their paddocks. Meet Iona the horse featured in BBC"s Wartime Farm! Keep the children happy for hours with pony rides, a go cart arena, a giant bouncy castle, drop slide, new zip wire, and exciting play areas for tots to teens. If its piece and quiet your looking for then wander around the exhibits from days gone by or admire the Romany and Showmans caravans. For a little relaxation you will find a homely cafe serving tasty home cooked food at great prices. Discover the new and exciting pets for those that think rabbits and guinea pigs are too cute and cuddly! If the weathers not so kind you can find lots to do undercover. By visiting you are helping provide a permanent home to over 20 rescued Heavy Horses. All in all this is a great value, and memorable day out for the whole family to enjoy!

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