Rays Farm Country Matters
Relax and enjoy wildlife and nature as it was intended - ancient woodlands, winding pathways, wild flowers and ferns, all creating the perfect atmosphere to unwind and let time drift by.
See buzzards, kingfishers, woodpeckers and their many friends.
What you will see on the farm...
- Many breeds of deer, including Reindeer
- The largest privately owned owl collection in Shropshire
- A friendly herd of pygmy goats
- Ponies and donkeys
- Ducks, geese and chickens
- Rabbits and guinea pigs
- Wild bird viewing hide
- Nursery rhyme wood sculptures
- Pigs, sheep, and alpaca
- 8 acres of ancient woodland walks
- Myth and magic woodcarvings
- Childrens' play area and new sandpit area.
- Soft play
As it is such a long way to the seaside from the Midlands, we have our own 'Mini Beach'. A new sand play area arrived in 2016, complete with buckets, spades and a digger!!
We have a soft play area just for little ones, with a table tennis table to occupy older children. Don't forget to challenge each other to a quick rally while you're here!
Next to the Courtyard, younger visitors will adore the Wooden Log Play area. With balance beams, wobble board & traverse steps, they will want to go round the circuit again and again.
In the Courtyard, near to our Country CafÃ©, you'll find the Toddler Playroom, with ride on toddler toys.
Deep in Fairytale Forest, alongside the den building, are scramble nets, climbing ropes and den building. This is an area for older children (and Mums and Dads!!). Beware; this area will get muddy in/after wet weather!! Another great way to have fun. Try your hand at making a den big enough for the whole family and then race to the top of the nets!
The farm's coffee shops serve freshly prepared refreshments throughout the day.
See website for admission charges and opening times
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