I have taken my child here many times as I live in the area. It is a beautiful drive to get there and set in the middle of a beautiful park. Make sure to brink your own food as they don't sell any there. Feeding the animals is fun for all ages. One of my fav spots and doesn't cost... 更多
5.0 star rating 5/14/2012 I saw some mean kid messing with a pig and she almost got bit by it. It was the best thing ever. I love the Little Farm, I just wish some of the parents would do a better job at keeping their kids from harassing the animals. They might think it's cute, but it isn't. And... 更多
Bring your celery and lettuce. The goats, sheep, and cows will love you! We live close so it is a frequent trip for our family. There are turkeys, rams, rabbits, chickens, and pigs on the farm.
Roam around the Little Farm where you and your children can meet the farm animals: goats, chickens, pigs, rabbits. Just steps away is an Environmental Education Center where you can also enjoy the displays. Be sure to take a walk down the road to Jewel Lake where you might see turtles sunning on logs in the middle of the lake.... 更多
This is one of many charming corners of Tilden park that is free to the public and uniquely Berkeley. It's great for kids from toddlers to elementary school age...they have 3 cows and about 2 calves and a flock of goats and sheep that kids can feed. Be aware that the animals are only supposed to be fed celery and... 更多
For most urban children, the chance to snuggle with, pet, and feed farm animals is an unusual and delightful experience. Rabbits, goats, cows, lambs, ducks, turkeys, chickens . . . probably a few others I've forgotten. There's also a small playground on the way in, and a charming eco-museum (kid-sized, but info adults can also appreciate) in the middle (with... 更多
As a young child (5-9 years old) I really liked this place. it was great to feed the animals celery and watch them moo like crazy. The appeal stops towrds 10 years old when it gets "Boring"
The farm is a great place to take young children for an up-close look at farm animals. It's "laid back" atmosphere is also nice for anyone looking for an enjoyable short hike in the surrounding hillside. It's especially great for young children; I've taken my kids and grandchildren over the years.