Bottle feed a lamb 11am, 2pm or 4pm
Open 10 am to 5 pm
GoatsThe Park has different types of cross bred miniature goats which will appreciate you saying hello to them during your visit. Just make sure you buy some grass nuts from the Visitors Centre before heading down the farmyard or you might find your jacket is next on the menu.
Meet our pigsPeppa Pig gave birth to piglets during mid April. Come and see them as the snuggle up to mum for milk and also as they escape from their pen (while they are still small!) and wander around the farm...
Sam and NelDuring your visit you can meet our two working sheep dogs 'Sam'and Nel'.
Sam loves to play football with our younger visitors when he's not out working with the sheep. Nel is still in training and simply loves everyone she meets. This picture shows Nel as a puppy - she is now much larger in body but still thinks that she is a puppy!
You may be able to see them work whilst you are here.
Guinea Pigs and RabbitsWe now have lots of cute little guinea pigs.
They love our visitors and squeak when they see people coming into the barn. Gismo loves to be gently held.
Younger visitor's are able to help groom fudge, our giant lop eared buck rabbit.
Meet our TortoisesCome and meet our gracious tortoises Trevor (aged 85 years), Terry (aged 45 years) and Archie (age unknown).
Terry loves to wander and escape to the car park. He loves dandelions if you can find any to pick.
Trevor is very laid back and has the typically slow statue that you would expect from a gentleman his age!
Archie (who was recently donated to Snettisham Park), is very fast and a master at 'pea football'.
Meet our resident ducks!Snettisham Park seems to be a magnet for mallard ducks!!! We have been able to enjoy watching lots of cute little ducklings waddle around the farm.
Children seem to find their nests all around the farm.
These eggs were shown to us by a very young visitor.
However, in the Deer Park, things are very different. This Mrs Mallard decided to hatch her ducklings in Sophie's indoor pen during 2013! Sophie was very gracious about the intrusion.