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Farmer Palmers – One of the Best Toddler Friendly Days Out in the UK

Kiddieholidays has set out to discover the best days out for toddlers in the UK. They include train rides, toddler friendly museums and the best farms where little ones can meet and feed friendly animals!

And they’ve put Farmer Palmers at Number One in their list of places to visit with young children!

Kiddieholidays says:

“This award-winning farm is a great day out for toddlers in Dorset.  Designed especially for children aged under eight, Farmer Palmers has loads for toddlers including animal feeding, indoor and outdoor play areas and tractor trailer rides.  Toddlers will also love the straw mountain, cow bouncy castle, woodland walk and 100 seater cafe and shop – plenty to keep the whole family happy!”

More about Kiddieholidays

Kiddieholidays is a family run business which has been around since 2010. It helps families with babies, toddlers and pre-school children find the best holidays and days out.  It is owned by Jo Addison – the mother of two ‘active’ boys who love being outside.

Jo worked as a Digital Marketing Executive for Jet2 for over 10 years before making the leap to running Kiddieholidays full time.  She is ably assisted by husband, Tim, who sorts out the IT side of the business, as well as a fantastic team of copy writers which help produce the website content.

Check out their full list of UK Best Toddler Friendly Days Out here.

Toddler friendly days out at Farmer Palmers

Farmer Palmers Farm Park has been delivering buckets full of family fun for ‘little farmers in training’ for over 20 years! Meet friendly fluffy ponies, cute cheeky goat kids and gentle graceful deer.

Have you ever seen a pig race? Or wibbly wobbled along the farmers track on a tractor-trailer ride? How about a gentle stroll amongst nature on a tranquil woodland walk?

There’s so much to do at Farmer Palmer’s, come rain or shine – you’ll have a farm-tastic time!


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