Alpaca Meet & Greet with Winter Afternoon Tea - Best Price Tickets
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Seasonal events like Halloween and Christmas, no matter how big or small, sell out extremely fast and are usually cheaper the earlier you book them. We recommend you book your tickets as soon as you possibly can to avoid disappointment.
Enjoy a Christmas day out in the West Midlands at Frankly Alpacas this festive season
If you're looking for unique things to do in Shropshire this Christmas, then get your Frankly Alpacas tickets today and get ready to meet the herd, while enjoying some tasty treats later! At the Meet & Greet with afternoon tea, you can:
- Meet the herd of 19 alpacas
- Feed and interact with the friendly herd
- Take in the breathtaking views of the Shropshire countryside
- Enjoy a tasty homemade tea in the cosy heated marquee
Get your tickets today and don't miss out on this truly unique West Midlands day out at Frankly Alpacas this Christmas!
Meet alpacas and enjoy an afternoon tea on this unique Shrosphire day out
Get up close and personal with the beautiful herd of alpacas, giving you the opportunity to learn all about these fascinating and unique animals, get hands on time with them and enjoy feeding them.
You'll love the rustic, authentic and beautiful setting of the Frankly Alpacas farm, where you can enjoy the peace and quiet with amazing views of the surrounding nature while you hang out with the herd.
When you arrive at the farm, you'll be talked through the important health and safety practices so you're set up to have an enjoyable and safe experience. Next, you will be shown around the three paddocks, introducing you to the members of the herd and giving you the opportunity to feed and interact with the alpacas.
You will have plenty of time to bond with the Alpacas, feed them and take photographs with them.
After you've spent quality time with the herd, you will be provided with a delicious winter-themed afternoon tea in a heated festive marquee for you to enjoy, served in a beautifully presented box for you to open!
Treat yourself to a unique day out this Christmas at Frankly Alpacas, or check out the Christmas Alpaca Meet & Greet and the Festive Alpaca Meet & Greet with Mulled Wine & Cake options.
How to find us
Frankly Alpacas is located in Broseley, Shropshire. Use the postcode TF12 5AU in your sat-nav.
The entrance to Pound Lane is adjacent to the Forester's Arms pub in Broseley on Avenue Road. Please do NOT try to access Pound Lane from the access at the Woodbridge Pub in Coalport as this is a private road. Some sat-nav systems may direct you there in error.
Please allow a few extra minutes to drive down Pound Lane. It is a farm track for the most part and can be bumpy in places. Vehicles of many shapes and sizes use the lane with no issue, but please take care and drive slowly.
Drive for around two miles down Pound Lane past two cottages and the quarry weighbridge on your right hand side. Follow the road round to the left, up a slight incline, continuing past Inett Cottage on your left hand side. At the end of the road you will see a gate in front of you with the Frankly Alpacas logo facing you.
- Free parking
Tickets for this event are for those aged 13+, but there are plenty of other Alpaca experiences at Frankly Alpacas for all ages, including the Christmas Alpaca Meet & Greet.
This is an all-weather attraction, there is a small marquee which offers some protection on rainy days, however don't forget to bring weather appropriate clothing and footwear!
The tracks are not smoothly tarmacked and may be uneven or muddy. As a result, the walking experiences are unfortunately not accessible for wheelchair users or pushchairs. The Paca Picnic however, is suitable for a wider range of people.
Alpacas are calm, reserved and friendly social creatures. However, they are still wild animals at heart and can sometimes be unpredictable. Prior to the experience, you will be briefed on health safety to further minimise the risks of accidents. If you have underlying health conditions then it is your responsibility to assess whether you are fit to undertake the experience.
Although alpacas are clean animals, we would strongly advise washing hands prior to eating food and leaving the site.
Alpacas only tend to spit at other alpacas, usually an uninterested female towards a pushy male or both genders towards members of the herd that try to pinch their food. It is very unlikely that an alpaca will spit at a human unprovoked!
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