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Cotswold Farm Park

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My father Joe Henson founded the Cotswold Farm Park in 1971 to help protect some of our rare breeds of farm animal. Together with my business partner Duncan and our enthusiastic team, I am proud to continue in his wellington-booted footprints.
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April 24, 2020
Sitting in the heart of the Cotswolds, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park has a long-standing reputation for a fun-filled day out. Visitors of all ages can interact closely with the animals and learn about farming, past and present. As the home of rare breed conservation, visitors can meet over 50…
March 2, 2020
Another great day out for kids. Get there early. They'll love learning how to milk cows and handling lots of small animals and feeding the lambs in season! A great place to take a picnic too although there is a cafe.
Cotswold Grey
Cotswold Grey
February 28, 2020
Perfect if you have little ones!
Jonathan And Julie
Jonathan And Julie
February 25, 2020
Lovely day out for younger members of the family
February 21, 2020
Lovely place to take children - go when lambing is taking place. A must visit if you have young children to hand feed the animals and they will learn so much about animals.

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Point of Interest
“The brainchild of the 18th Century landscape designer Capability Brown and designed by the architect James Wyatt, Broadway Tower is a great attraction for Cotswold visitors wanting to experience great English heritage in an inspiring location. See examples of the work of William Morris and understand the link between the Tower and the Arts and Crafts. At 1024 feet (312m) above sea level it is the second highest point on the Cotswold escarpment (Cleeve Hill is the highest at 330m). From the viewing platform you can see all around along a 62-mile radius, taking in 16 counties on a clear day. Conveniently located on the Cotswold Way, Broadway Tower is the perfect place to start a walk, with ample car parking for visitors.”
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“Located in Bourton-on-the-Water, the Cotswold Motoring Museum’s collection is full of travel- and motoring-related vehicles, toys and memorabilia. There are seven galleries packed with classic cars and memorabilia from the 1920s, 1930s and 40s, vintage motorbikes, retro collections from the 50s, 60s and 70s, and the children’s TV star Brum (photo left) who was based at the museum. ”
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“A must-visit for anyone in the area, the luxurious Daylesford Organic Farm shop and restaurant is anything but rustic… this is luxury Cotswold living at its very best. The café offers fantastic all-day dining from breakfast right through until early supper, with an excellent deli should you want to pick up a few treats whilst you’re there to take back to your holiday cottage.”
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“Birdland is a 9-acre site (on a former Bryant & May Poplar Tree plantation - famous for its matchstick crop!) in a natural setting of woodland, river and gardens. It is home to over 500 birds (swans, pelicans, penguins, flamingos, hornbills, cranes, storks, cassowary, pigeons, owls and many more) in more than 50 aviaries, with open enclosures, a Desert House (home to the more delicate species), and a display of fish, reptiles, amphibians and insects in the Discovery Zone. Birdland is also the home Marshmouth Nature Reserve, which has developed into a small ecosystem of the Cotswolds where over 60 species of bird have been recorded, including the kingfisher. And within Birdland is 'Jurassic Journey', a trail for dinosaur enthusiasts with more than 30 different dinosaurs ranging from a metre-long baby stegosaurus to a 5-metre tall brachiosaurus.”
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Garden Center
“Batsford Arboretum is a 55-acre arboretum and botanical garden near Batsford in Gloucestershire, England, about 1½ miles north-west of Moreton-in-Marsh”
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