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REVIEW: Amerton Farm, Staffordshire

REVIEW: Amerton Farm, Staffordshire

Amerton Farm is a family run farm in Stowe By Chartley, between Stafford and Uttoxeter. Read on for our full Amerton Farm review (January 2024).

Visit Amerton Farm in Staffs and you will find a play barn, farm animals, large outdoor play area, and additional experiences including the *alpaca experience. There is something for all ages and for all weather and is a great family day out in Staffordshire. So pack a picnic, raincoat and wellies and head to Amerton farm for both indoor and outdoor family fun.

*additional cost.

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Amerton Farm review in Staffordshire

Amerton Farm Prices

You can purchase an all day ticket online, and this is recommended to avoid disappointment. You can arrive at any time between 9am and 4pm. The play barn currently opens at 9.30am and the farm opens at 10am.

We purchased our ticket at the reception desk on arrival (please do consider booking in advance especially at peak times) and we were given a wristband for both children and adults. This wristband allows you to enter, exit and re-enter the Farm and Billy’s Farm Barn, at any time during the day.

We paid £10.99 (off peak) for a child ticket and the adult ticket was £5.99 for an all day ticket.

Children under 2 years are £3.99 and under 6 months are free. Prices differ at peak times – during school holidays and weekends – do check the website for more details.

Amerton Farm Opening Times

Amerton Farm Play Barn opens at 9:30am and the farm opens at 10:00am 

The Farm is open every day of the year except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day.

Amerton Farm Review – A day out with kids in Staffordshire

it was a rainy Saturday morning and I had organised a play date for my little boy and our friends. We decided to head to Amerton Farm as there is a great indoor play barn – Billy’s Barn.

The farm is well signposted and car parking is free – with plenty of spaces.

We headed straight to Billy’s barn and to my surprise it was fairly quiet for a Saturday morning compared to some of the soft play centres we have visited before. There are tables set out with a cafe and a large wooden play area, themed on the local village of Stowe by Chartley – it is paradise for any little adventurer/ climber.

Amerton farm indoor play barn in Staffordshire review

There is a black & white thatch cottage, Church, Farmhouse and Cock Inn with its own fireman’s pole. A large Grain Store with a chute, the old Village School, the Village Farm Shop and the Village Hall. The Church forms part of a baby sensory area and toddler area.

You can order drinks, sandwiches, hot snacks and cakes from the cafe area whilst the kids go and burn off some energy. – This can really add to the cost though, so bring a packed lunch if you can.

Outside is Billy’s Farm barn, where you can visit the farm animals including cows, pigs, horses, chickens, alpacas and rabbits. You can pet the animals, and animal food can be purchased on the entrance and costs £1 per bag. There are plenty of hand washing stations around the farm too.

Amerton Farm review

There is an outdoor play area, bouncy pillows (these we closed during our visit), ride on tractors, and a large sand pit too. the boys loved the old Fergie Tractor where children can have a ‘drive’ and get their photo taken.

The boys loved the ride on carts and the outdoor climbing area. The farm wasn’t too busy at all, and it was a lovely morning out.

Amerton Farm Staffs, Attractions and experiences

There are a number of businesses that operate on Amerton Farm including a fitness studio, Amerton Farm Ice Cream parlour, and Be Wild Forest School.

If you love pottery painting, then there is also Amerton pottery painting studio on the farm. You can check out more on the website.

Amerton Farm Staffs

Amerton Farm Address

Amerton Farm,

Stowe by Chartley,


Staffordshire ST18 0LA


Tel: 01889 270 294. 

Amerton Farm Review: Final thoughts

There is so much to do at Amerton Farm for kids of all ages.

Although we didn’t buy the alpaca experience, you can book to spend some time with the alpacas, and this includes a full hour walking the Alpaca, getting to know them and learning about their individual characters. We will save that for another day!

The play barn offers a great space to shelter from the rain and to let the children burn off some energy. The kids LOVED to meet the animals and you can also purchase animal food to feed the animals too. The staff were friendly and I loved that the farm was not too busy. All in all, Amerton farm in Staffs offers a great day out with kids in Staffordshire!

For more information and to book visit Amerton farm online

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