Jan 1st 2016 Back to latest news
We’ve held the price of our Annual Pass for 2016 so you can enjoy great value family days out for just £40 a year!
Annual Pass – Join our Family and enjoy unlimited entries to Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park for less than £1 a week!
We’ve held the price of our Annual Pass for 2016 so you can enjoy great value family days out for just £40 a year (adults and children over 3 years, 2 year old annual passes are £19).
Individual entry to Farmer Palmer’s is £8.75 for adults and children over 3 years; so with an Annual Pass this means that after just five visits your pass has already paid for itself!
As an Annual Pass holder you are also treated to exclusive discounts, saving you even more money PLUS you’ll save time at the desk too, when the kids are just raring to go! Simply scan in and let the fun begin . . .
Don’t delay, purchase Annual Passes for your family online today by visiting our Ticket Office
"The imagination and creativity with the play areas is just perfect. Today we fed the lambs and it was such a special moment, I've always wanted to do it and loved it!"Local Visitor
"The passes are fantastic value for money and whenever we come to Farmer Palmer's my children never want to leave. Staff are always very friendly and helpful."Annual Pass Holder
"Even when it's pouring down, FP is a great place to come. Plenty to do under shelter and who doesn't love to put their wellies on and splash in muddy puddles! And for the mums and dads, the cake is amazing :)"Regular visitor
"A rare treat, a full day out and change!"Value for money!
"We keep coming back with our grandchildren"Grandparent’s view
"We are big fans!! My little boy wakes up most mornings asking if he can go to Farmer Palmer’s Farm Park!!"Winning testimonial
"It was amazing. From organisation to the staff, who were fantastic, we were very pleased"Team Farmer Palmer Fan
"Great family day out. Highly recommended!"Holiday visitor to Dorset
"I can't recommend this wonderful place enough. It's an amazing little piece of paradise in Dorset."Lissie Marshall