Tuesday, 14 April 2015

Good Friday At Mill Farm

Well hello lovelies!

Another post with our adventures over Easter!! 

As I was off on Good Friday. My mum and I decided to take Holly to Mill Farm or Almondale Heritage Centre as its also known. Basically it's an old farm that teaches kids what it was like back in the day to farm. The have all the old out houses, a petting area with a pig, mini goats, normal goats and a house. Then they have the bunny petting area. Some farm yard animals ie goats cows and chickens. 
It had been wet that morning. That didn't stop us though. Throw on some Wellies and Holly's muck suit and she could go anywhere. This all in one water proof suit was from zulilly for £19.99. It's great as she could slide down the slides or roll about in the mud. It all just wipes down with a cloth. 

There is also an open area play ground. This has a trampoline area for kids, a trampoline area for toddlers and mums. A go cart area for big kids and a tractor go cart for toddlers. There is a big climbing frame, a train ride which costs £1 each and a tractor ride around the fields for 50p each. There is an indoor play area as well but unfortunately this is for over 5s only. 

There is then a lovely little restaurant. It doesn't do anything special. Some baked potatoes, salads, sandwiches, wraps, cakes, teas, coffees and juice. There are lunch boxes for kids and food for adults. The baked potatoes are lovely and holly loved her wrap. 

If you don't want to spend any money in the restaurant. There are plenty of picnic tables to use around the farm. 

To get in it is £6.50 for adults, £5.00 for kids 3-15 and under 3s are free!! 

It's also situated close to all the shops and restaurants in Livingston. So if you want to go shopping or fancy a bit more to eat there is plenty there!! 

I hope you all had an amazing good Friday. 

Speak soon 

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