Farms and Wildlife Parks

Torre Cider Farm

For a really lovely afternoon, playing on old tractors and children’s play equipment, feeding pigs, piglets, chickens and ducks, having a cream tea and visiting a well stocked farm shop, head down to Torre Cider Farm in Washford. They also offer free cider and apple juice tasting! Conducted tours can be arranged, as well as on site accommodation.

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Exmoor Zoo

Exmoor zoo is a unique rural zoo set into a valley in North Devon. The combination of some very rare and unusual animals seldom found in other zoos (along with everybody’s favourites) and possibly the best interactive encounter sessions and talks to be found in any UK zoo, make for a real “must visit” for any animal lovers and families whilst in the area. A hidden gem that once found is often revisited enabling the visitor to experience the lives of animals from all around the world in the different seasons of Exmoor. The tranquility of Exmoor, the beauty of rural Devon and the close proximity of the world’s most special animals is a “must visit” experience for anybody! From the world’s fastest animal, to the fabled creatures of stories, the notoriety of the “Exmoor – Beast”, the chance to hold and interact (the phobia of spiders of snakes “the creepy and the scary”) and the fun and exploration of a lovely natural zoo – a visit has something for everyone! Do you know what a tenrec or binturong is ?? come along and find out some fascinating facts at one of our daily activities running every ½ hour throughout the summer which are all free and included in your entry fee.

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Doniford Farm

Situated on the main road from Watchet to Doniford, Doniford Farm Park is open to the public 7 days a week. There is no charge to visit the farm animals based at the park. There is a restaurant  serving good quality food, a large farm shop and a play barn. Car parking is on site.

For more information about events and opening hours please check out Doniford Farm Parks website by clicking here