Briarlands Farm in Stirling
Briarlands Farm in Stirling

Briarlands Farm in Stirling

Fancy a relaxing trip to the farm with the family? Briarlands Farm is home to loads of friendly animal faces and offers a place for you to take your friends and family and meet all of the furry residents at the farm!

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Briarlands Farm, located near Blairdrummond on the outskirts of Stirling, has plenty of things to keep the kids entertained with a variety of outdoor activities!

Visitors of the farm can enjoy a large range of outdoor activities such as:

  • Jumping Pillows
  • Animal Feeding (seasonal)
  • Mini Diggers (£1)
  • Strawberry Picking (seasonal)
  • Play frames
  • Zip Line
  • Football Golf
  • Tractor Rides
  • Tractor Go-Karts
  • Bessie the Climbing Monster

And many more!

If the weather isn’t the best, why not come inside and check out the family-friendly tearoom, where guests can grab a bite to eat and refuel. The tearoom also offers a craft area where guests can participate in ceramic painting, sand art, paper mache decorating, a soft play climbing frame for under 7s and a play area for pre-schoolers.

  • Admission for adults is £5.75
  • Admission for children is £7.75 (Ages 2-16)
  • Admission for a family is £25.50
  • Admission for concession £3.50 (60+/Disabled/Carer)
  • Open every day from 26th April 10 AM – 5.30 PM until 30th October (Last admission at 4 pm)
  • Open every day from 31st Oct 10 am – 4.30 pm until 4th January (Last admission at 3 pm)
  • Closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day, and the 2nd of January.

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