Birthday Parties at Hall Hill Farm, County Durham
Birthday Parties down on the Farm at Hall Hill Farm
Award Winning Farm Attraction in Co Durham
Come and visit our Award Winning Farm!
Set in the beautiful rolling hills of County Durham, Hall Hill Farm is an award winning mixed farm of 290 hectares - a great day out for children and schools with loads of great things to do and see.If you're looking for somewhere different to have a birthday party, then why not have one down on the farm? Parties usually start at 11.00 am or 2.00 pm, and last 2 hours, exclusive after school / weekend parties from 4pm - 6pm - min number for an exclusive party is 15 children.
Hall Hill Farm is situated in the beautiful countryside of North West Durham. The farm is now recognised as a Quality Assured Visitor Attraction . There is a wide range of friendly animals to meet face to face including fluffy chicks, baby lambs, pigs, donkeys, ponies and rabbits plus more unusual animals such as the llamas and Highland Cattle.
Tractor & Trailer Rides
Rabbits, Guinea Pigs & Chicks to hold
Cafe & Shop
Lots of great things to do on the farm!
For latest details and prices visit http://www.hallhillfarm.co.uk/
You can also follow Hall Farm on Facebook too https://www.facebook.com/Hall-Hill-Farm-140369639314877/
And on Twitter http://@HallHillFarm
Advent Calendar Competition
This year we are bringing back our Advent Calendar Competition on our Facebook page! Each day from 1st - 24th December we will be running a task on the page and picking someone to win a prize bundle. With prizes from Our Little Globe, Stuck on You, Thermapen, Scentco UK, ToucanBox, HamaBeads, Orchard Toys, Pip Ahoy, Gotrovo and more, don't miss it!
If you are looking for ideas to keep the children busy throughout the Christmas holidays, or the kids want some ideas and inspiration for cards and gifts them take a look at our Winter KidsZone. Jam packed full of fun ideas that everyone can get involved in! Activities for indoors and out - some are messy, some are not! What are you waiting for?!?!