Pennywell Farm

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Looking for things to do in Devon for families? Buy best price tickets to Pennywell Farm, "Devon's friendliest day out"

A family day out in Devon to the multi award-winning Pennywell Farm is something you’ll never forget! Make memories that last a lifetime as you enjoy a fun-filled experience packed full of animals, hands-on activities, rides, play-time, shows and displays.

Get your tickets today or read on to find out more about the many experiences and activities to get up to in Pennywell Farm.

What to expect at Pennywell Farm:

Pennywell is home to over 150 animals and has something for everyone, from pig racing to tractor rides! Take a look at just some of what's on at Pennywell Farm: 

  • Meet the world-famous Pennywell Miniature pig, before giving them some piggy cuddles
  • Cheer on your favourite pig in one of Pennywell's famous pig races
  • Join on farmyard activities, such as hand-feeding the goats and collecting hens eggs
  • Enjoy more adorable animal cuddles in the pet corner and meet rabbits, Guinea pigs, mice and more
  • See other fantastic animals, including Highland cattle, alpacas, tortoises, ferrets
  • Wander into the paddocks and meet the miniature ponies up close
  • Hop on board a family Tractor Trailer Ride at Old MacDonald's Farm
  • Explore the many family-friendly rides, such as the Red Rocket and the Rainbow Railway 
  • Kids can run free in Noah's Barn and enjoy the HUGE bouncy castles and inflatable slides
  • Play crazy golf, tractor villages, sit-on diggers, sandpits and a toddlers play village

This is just some of what you can get up to in one of the best days out for families in Devon at Pennywell Farm! 

So if you're looking for family attractions in Devon, get your tickets today for the best prices online and start looking forward to one of the best places to visit in Devon for families. 

Visitor Testimonies: 

“By far the best farm park I have been to” Katherine G., Pennywell Visitor

“What a wonderful farm! The animals are so well looked after. Brilliant activities so well organized. All the staff were friendly and helpful. It was super clean too!” - Caroline T., Pennywell Visitor

“Best farm we’ve been to. So much to see and do and we got to cuddle a miniature baby pig. What more could you ask for?! Would certainly go back if we were in the area again!” - Caz B., Pennywell Visitor

TQ11 0LT,
Lower Dean,
United Kingdom TQ11 0LT
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How to get here

Pennywell Farm is just 12 miles from Torbay and 30 minutes from Plymouth and Exeter. 

By car:

Just three minutes off the A38, one mile south of Buckfastleigh - follow the brown tourist signs. 

Sat-Nav - Post Code TQ11 0LT 

Pennywell is situated in an unnamed country lane which has its own signposted exit from the A38. You may need to continue on the road for a few hundred yards after your Sat-Nav tells you that you have arrived!

By bus:

There is no direct bus service to Pennywell but the A38 runs between Plymouth and Exeter and stops in the town of Buckfastleigh which is just over a mile away.

By train:

The nearest train station is in the town of Totnes, 7 miles from Pennywell

  • Toilets
  • Café
  • Shop
  • Free parking
  • Soft play
  • Rides
  • Baby changing

You cannot bring your dog into Pennywell Farm, with the exception of guide and assistance dogs. There are free kennels at Pennywell Farm for your dog. 

If you have a guide or assistance dog, please bring your Assistance Dog (UK) ID Book upon entrance to the farm. 

Pennywell Farm is an all-weather attraction, and while lots of activities take place outside, there are plenty of things to do indoors, meaning that it's worth a visit whatever the weather!

Pennywell Farm is a family attraction that's suitable for all ages, particularly for families with young children. 

Totnes is the nearest train station to Pennywell Farm, which is located seven miles away. 

Pennywell Farm was first opened to the public on the 22nd of May 1989.

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