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The Gincase Farm Park

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Address: Mawbray Hayrigg | Wigton, Silloth CA7 4LL, England
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A large Children's Farm Park, with huge indoor soft play areas, outdoor...

A large Children's Farm Park, with huge indoor soft play areas, outdoor play area, Animal Barn, 16 outdoor paddock with friendly farm animals, go-karts, quad bikes, and more. Entrance fee for Farm Park only.

Plus a quality tearoom serving all home made food, with a large adjoining Cumbrian Craft Barn and Gift Shop

A venue with something for everyone.

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Great Cafe

I enjoy eating at the Gin Case, interesting menu and when available - Solway Shrimps - makes a good meal.

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Wigton, United Kingdom
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Wigton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I enjoy eating at the Gin Case, interesting menu and when available - Solway Shrimps - makes a good meal.

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Manchester
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 36 helpful votes
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

On our recent holiday we visited here with our 2 year old daughter. She loved it. The play barn and sand pit were a big hit. Being able to get up close and feed the animals was really good too. We were just a bit early for the bottle feeding of the lambs which starts Easter week. But we had... More 

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

There was loads to do. Lots to see and it would be a good day out rain or shine. Plenty of indoor activities and play areas. We took our own picnic to save on the pennies and there was an indoor area that we could eat it next to the indoor play area. The place was clean and in good... More 

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1 Thank Paul W
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 20 helpful votes
Reviewed 24 March 2017

We went in early march and the winter prices were still active which ment our 15 month old was free, adults were free but there is a minuium price of £4.95 so it cost £4.95 for the three of us. As far as I could tell the tea room, the sand pit barn, the play barn and one of the... More 

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Newton Arlosh
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Reviewed 18 March 2017

Always welcoming and reliable. High standard of home-cooked, locally sourced food. Varied menu. Children welcome. Good parking

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Westhoughton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 25 February 2017

We visited Gincase Farm whilst staying at Stanwix Park with two of our granddaughters, aged 9 and 6 (see separate review). The weather during our stay was rather inclement, which meant that parts of the farm were closed, but they did not charge for adults, making it a very reasonable day out for the cost. The grandchildren loved the play-barn... More 

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Reviewed 22 February 2017 via mobile

First visit here last summer was top class but don't visit in the winter as all Paddocks were shut, the barn where the rabbits etc are kept was really not in a good state and the amount of rabbit dropping made it look like it had not been cleaned for a while, poor things cannot of had fresh water for... More 

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Reviewed 18 February 2017 via mobile

We spent a great few hours here with our 4 year old. Plenty to do: animals to feed, sand pit, ride on tractors diggers etc, soft play, indoor play park, outdoor play park, pedal go karts! Lunch in the cafe was great. Lovely food and well priced. Friendly staff to top it off.

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1 Thank gniffy
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Reviewed 14 February 2017 via mobile

....even on a cold February Tuesday. Our kids are 7 and 3 and we had a great few hours. Wide variety of animals to feed by hand and a good mixture of indoor and outdoor activities to keep the kids occupied and have some fun. It was quiet which suited us. Lunch offering was varied and reasonable value. The team... More 

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1 Thank Andyfreeth01
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Reviewed 11 February 2017

We visited the Gincase with 15 young girl guides as a group trip. If you are going as a group I'd suggest that you do so as a party (even if it's not a birthday) you get entry, food and the party room included in the price, which made life much easier as the children weren't carting round backpacks and... More 

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