Whitehouse Farm Centre
Whitehouse Farm, has been providing interaction, education and most of all fun for all since 1997!
Whitehouse Farm Centre is Northumberland’s largest family run Farm attraction spread over 40 acres, located south of Morpeth and just a mile off the A1.
Whitehouse is a great place for families, school and group visits of all ages enabling visitors to see, handle and feed a wide variety of animals from traditional breeds to more unusual and exotic species.
There really is something for everyone, as well as animals & activities, there’s indoor & outdoor play areas to discover and explore, so it’s always farmtastic fun whatever the weather!!
Adult - £10.95
Child (age 2-16) - £9.85
Senior (60+) - £9.95
Student (valid ID must be produced) - £9.85
Child (under 2) – free
Family Pass for 4 (2 adults & 2 children or 1 adult & 3 children) - £37.95
Family pass for 5 (2 adults & 3 children or 1 adult & 4 children) - £47.25
Bags of animal feed – 65p
Annual membership - adults £53 and £45 for children
Discounted tickets can be purchased online up to midnight the night before your visit, please click HERE for tickets. A 20% discount voucher is also available HERE, please note this can only be used on the day of your visit and is only valid on full price adult and child day tickets.
Opening times vary throughout the year so please check website for the latest times & information.
Whitehouse Farm Centre , North Whitehouse Farm , Morpeth , Northumberland , NE61 6AW10.14 miles
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