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Easton Farm Park is located in the village of Easton, Suffolk. The farm was originally built as a model farm in Victorian times by the Duke and Duchess of Hamilton, who owned the land at that time. Easton Farm later became a working farm, then in 1874 it became a farm park and farming museum. Today, Easton Farm Park is one of the most popular attractions in Suffolk, and a fine place for a family day out if you're staying in any nearby hotels in Suffolk.
Ever wanted to experience life on a Victorian model farm? Easton Farm Park is a great day out for all the family, with plenty of different activities happening every day, including pony and cart rides, model train rides, bug collection, and bunny hugging! As well as lots of cute animals, Easton Model Farm boasts some beautiful Victorian-era buildings, largely unchanged since they were first built by the Duke and Duchess of Hamilton. Easton Farm Park is open seasonally, between 19th March until the 21st October, so if you're staying in a hotel in Suffolk and fancy a day out at the farm you should time your stay accordingly.
Easton Farm Park is just a couple of miles from the town of Woodbridge, where there are many quality hotels and guesthouses, including 3 Tuns Inn and The Crown Hotel. The farm is easily accessed by car and is located just off the A12. Once you're done exploring the farm and petting its many cute and furry residents, why not enjoy some delicious homemade refreshments and free Wi-Fi at Easton Farm Park café?
Easton Farm Park is located in the small, quiet and picturesque village of Easton. Although Easton House was demolished in the early 1920s, many Victorian buildings remain and once you're done at Easton Farm Park it's definitely worth having an explore. The village's pub, The White Horse Inn, was built in the early-18th Century and is definitely stopping by - not least to sample some delicious local guest ales.