Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
Average time spent – 2-3+ hours.
Things to do at Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre review
Cotebrook Shire horse centre is a three times winner of Cheshires “Visitor attraction of the year”. The centre is set in 50 acres of beautiful countryside and is great for a family-friendly day out.
They have up to 25 horses at any time for you to meet. At the centre you can learn all about the Shire horse, from its history carrying knights in armour to the important studwork today. As well as being able to meet the horses there are also regular talks.
As well as the horses there is also a selection of British animals both wild and domesticated. There is a mile long Nature Trail to meet the horses further afield. As well as daily talks they also have Shetland Pony grooming sessions.
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Important Information Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre
Eating – Lakeside cafe with light lunches, drinks and cream teas.
Facilities in brief – Shire horse centre with other British animals, mile long nature walk. There are toilets and a cafe.
Entry price – *Mid-range
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. It is slightly cheaper if you purchase your tickets 1 week in advance. An adult ticket is £10. Children 3-16 are £8. Under 3s are free, other pricing options including family tickets are available.
Opening: They are open all year round except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Dog friendly? Assistance dogs are but please give advance notice.
Address: Eaton Ln, Tarporley CW6 9DP, Cheshire, England. Phone: 01829 760506
Category – Animals – Mostly Outdoors – Suitable for all ages
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