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Barnards Farm Gardens, Brentwood

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Our open days: on Thursdays from April 23rd through September3rd and on the last Sunday in June and the first Sunday in September.

The railway will operate on both Sundays and every school holiday Thursday during this period.

On the Sundays our Car museum is also open displaying mainly veteran and vintage cars motorcycles and cycles.

There is a Sculpture Tour at 15.00 and long legged children can enjoy a driving lesson on a Model T Ford.

We cannot emphasise enough that this is a private garden open only for charitable purposes.
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  • Lovely areas heritage apple trees dripping with different varieties of apples, lovely little railway. Lots to explore. Admission price is £8 children free. The only downside was the price of a cup of....  more
    Lovely areas heritage apple trees dripping with different varieties of apples, lovely little railway. Lots to explore. Admission price is £8 children free. The only downside was the price of a cup of....  more »
  • A hidden gem this place is magical !!! How amazing this experience is for adults as well as kids. My boy is 5 loved the train and I loved all the cars on show and neatly pruned gardens what a magic... 
    A hidden gem this place is magical !!! How amazing this experience is for adults as well as kids. My boy is 5 loved the train and I loved all the cars on show and neatly pruned gardens what a magic...  more »
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  • After doing the Christmas train ride (which was great fun and really well done) We decided to do the easter egg hunt train ride. It was £10 each, so £40 for 2 adults and 2 kids. We were met by the mad hatter, who explained that we had to look out for eggs and letters during our train ride, and if at the end if we found then all and made a word from the letters, the children could pick an egg. The train ride was lovely, the kids had fun finding the eggs and letters. It's a shame it's Iver so quickly and the grounds are so lovely. It's a shame the train didn't stop at the little cottage like it does at Christmas, it would of been nice to stop and maybe meet an Easter bunny. Instead the children gave their completed hunts to the mad hatter who gave then an egg and posed for some photos. As the weather was nice we then had a lovely walk around the grounds, which is a must, as its beautifully done.
  • Lovely day with little kids. Definitely get the rover train tickets! My two went on the train 4 times. We also explored the gardens and sculptures. There is a cafe for cakes and drinks. But that's it. So take a proper picnic if you want to make a day of it. Between tickets for the garden, and then the rover train tickets it was £28.5 for 1 adult a 5 year old and 2 year old.

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