A fun and interesting way for families to find out more about farming and wildlife is to get up close to the animals. The Craven area has several speciality attractions to visit.
The Craven area has a thriving agricultural industry that has help shape and conserve the countryside, much of which is livestock based. Throughout Craven sheep and cattle can be seen grazing the land, keep a look out for the outdoor reared pigs, in addition to poultry and fish farms.
Kilnsey Park Come and explore the Kilnsey Park! See the red squirrels or fish for trout. It's great fun with lots to see and do!
Open every day except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Open: Summer season (April to September) 9.30am to 5.30pm; rest of the year 9.30am to 4pm.
Thornton Hall Country Park
Experience animal encounters, tuck into a special feast of healthy and tasty homemade food, and explore the farm in your own time. A fabulous and unique way to spend your day. A fun day out for all the family. Suitable for all ages.
Open: April to September 10am - 5pm
September to October Half Term (Weekends only) October Half Term Open everyday 10am - 4pm
Hesketh Farm Park Come along to Hesketh, lend a hand with our much-loved animals or enjoy our large indoor and outdoor play areas. Our immaculately clean farm park is a perfect wet day retreat.
Open: Tuesday to Sunday 10am - 5pm
PLEASE NOTE: (we are closed Mondays - except for Bank Holidays and Half Terms) 10am - 5pm (last admissions 4pm)
Half term Week - February open
Summer Season - April to September
Autumn Season (weekends only) - Sept to October
Half Term Week - October open
Special seasonal events including village galas, sporting events, and local agricultural shows also showcase the very best that Craven has to offer, see Craven events for more details.