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Tickle a pig

Just eight miles from Dormy House, Countryfile’s Adam Henson runs a rare-breed-focused agriculture centre that’s a masterclass in how to create a great family attraction that’s honest, down-to-earth and fun for everyone. Visitors of all ages have the chance to feed the resident livestock, take tractor tours of the grounds, explore nature trails, and take part in the everyday activities of a working farm.

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Go wild in the country

Just outside Evesham in the village of Honeybourne, All Things Wild is home to animals both familiar and exotic, as well as offering soft play, mini golf, bug-hunting expeditions, go-karts and playgrounds galore. Residents include meerkats, marmosets, capybaras and armadillos, but if they alone aren’t enough to delight your little ones, the dinosaur park should do the trick.

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Ride the rails

There are more relaxing ways to explore the countryside than riding the steam and heritage diesel trains of the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Railway, which powers along a 26-mile loop of track starting at Toddington, taking in the hills and hamlets of the North Cotswolds en route.

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Motor on

The Cotswold Motoring Museum in Bourton-on-the-Water is a great day out for petrolheads of every age, with a huge collection of vintage and classic cars, motorbikes, signage and other automobile memorabilia from throughout the 20th-century. It’s also the retirement home of 1990s kids’ TV star Brum.

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