Where are the best places to see lambs in the North East this Easter?

Where are the best places to see lambs in the North East this Easter?

This post will share some of the best places to see and feed lambs across the North East this Easter. I will add more events as they are announced. For a full list of local farms (including free places to visit), please see this post. Always check opening hours direct before visiting. 

Broom House Farm, Wallington 

Broom House Farm at Wallington offers 'Lambing Shed Live' with 60 minute tours being available to book from 7-16 April. 

Tours include: 

  • Fantastic learning for both adults and children
  • Small group sizes (12 max) 
  • A chance to visit lambs in the lamb hospital and learn how vulnerable lambs are cared for
  • Care for ewes and lambs in their pens
  • Meet cows, calfs, pigs and goats in the farmyard courtyard 

Book via the Broom House Farm website

Hall Hill Farm, County Durham 

Bottle feeding at Hall Hill Farm is included with admission and usually takes place daily from the end of March to early summer. You can join the queue and take part at (usually timings are 12noon, 2pm and 4pm) at no additional cost. Find out more here. 

Whitehouse Farm, Northumberland 

The farm's Easter Extravaganza Event runs from 1-16 April this year and includes lots of baby animals including lambs, calves and kids, bottle feeding lambs and magic shows. 

We used to do this every year when the kids were little and it's a full day out packed with activities. Highly recommended. 

If you visit on 7-10 April you can also meet the Easter Bunny and take place in an Easter Egg Hunt around the farm. Find out more and book here. 

Adventure Valley, County Durham 

The Easter Egg-Stravaganza at Adventure Valley takes place across the school holidays and includes a special undercover Easter Garden, Bunny Adventure Trail with Chocolate Treat, Meet & Greet the Easter Bunny plus the chance to meet and bottle feed baby goats and lots of furry friends.

Two brand new playgrounds (pictured) will also be open just in time for the holidays. Find out more and book here. 

Jacksons at Jedburgh , Scottish Borders 

Jacksons at Jedburgh is a lovely family-run farm in the Scottish Borders. They offer a range of animal experiences including Bottle Lamb Feeding and a special 'Lambing Experience' where you can meet and bottle feed lambs as well as taking a tour around the lambing fields and learn about what's happening (suitable for ages 6+). Find out more and book here. 

Lambing Live at Sycamore Cottage & Glamping Pods 

Here is what they have to say......... 

Lambing live! 🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑🐑
Easter holiday farm stays are availability for Cedar Pod, Willow Pod & The Black Hut
Spring is in the air on our glamping site during Easter. The daffodils 🌼are popping out of the ground, the days are a little bit longer and the birds 🐦 are in full song. By the start of April lambs 🐑will be in the fields, some sheep will be lambing outside too. If time permits we will show you around the lambing shed, and if there are lambs to bottle feed you can help out too!
Sit back, watch the lambs potter by with a cuppa. Our activity pack and garden games will keep the children entertained for a while too.
Bring friends or family along and book both pods for a couple of nights away together.
Our current Easter holiday availability is as follows:
🌿Weekdays (2 night minimum stay, check in Monday or Wednesday)
April: Monday - Fridays
3rd - 5th (Willow & The Black Hut)
5th - 7th (Cedar, Willow & The Black Hut)
10th - 12th & 12th - 14th (Willow Pod & The Black Hut)
🌿Weekends (check in Friday)
31st March (Cedar, Willow & The Black Hut)
14th April Cedar Pod & The Black Hut
To book:

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