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Tattershall Farm Park

23rd June 2020 Published by
Tattershall Farm Park, Lincolnshire

Tattershall Farm Park

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About Tattershall Farm Park

Set among beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, Tattershall Farm Park is one of the region’s best loved family days out. With a whole host of friendly farmyard animals to meet, along with some extra special furry friends and reptiles, a day on the farm is a memorable experience for kids of all ages. When they’re not feeding the goats or petting the donkeys, the farm boasts fantastic indoor and outdoor play zones for kids to burn off any extra energy. Meanwhile, the on-site restaurant serves up delicious local fare and produce, and little ones will love finding a toy to take home from the gift shop. There’s a whole host of activities that can be done indoors, from a giant sand playroom to a swing ropes barn, so a trip to Tattershall Farm Park is worthwhile even if the weather doesn’t turn out for you.  

What’s on at Tattershall Farm Park?

In addition to all the animals and adventures the park offers year round, there’s a packed calendar of seasonal events that can add an extra element to your visit. Tattershall Farm Park events to keep an eye out for include regular storytime days run by Rhubarb Theatre, as well as the chance to meet singing Disney Princesses in June and October, and a Spooktacular nine-day Halloween event full of crafts and cauldrons. To see out the year, Tattershall Farm Park’s Santa comes to stay for the entirety of December, bringing with his trusty flock of reindeer with him!

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How to get to Tattershall Farm Park

Marsh Lane, Tattershall, Lincoln LN4 4JR

About 7 minutes from park

Tattershall Farm Park is located just to the north west of Tattershall village, a short drive along Marsh Lane where it meets with the River Witham. As Lincolnshire is a largely rural county, you’ll need to travel in along a network of A roads if you’re coming by car, and the M1 just north of Nottingham is the nearest a motorway comes to this corner of England. From here, you’ll want to follow signposted routes towards Lincoln, then out along roads like the A158, A15 and A17. If you need to use public transport, then there is a bus stop in the village centre that is served by two routes; the A8 service which connects the village to Horncastle, and 5 Interconnect route which runs between Boston and Lincoln. From the stop, it’s a 20 minute walk down Marsh Lane to reach the farm. Meanwhile, the nearest railway station is Ruskington Station, where trains from places like Lincoln, Doncaster and Peterborough stop.

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