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A VIP Half Term at Pennywell – Devon Tourist Attraction

Pennywell Devon Tourist Attraction opens for the 2016 season on Saturday 13 Feb. This half term, one full price day admission ticket gives you a VIP wristband valid for the rest of half term so you can visit as many times as you like!

Bottle feed our lambs and goat kids and enjoy cuddles with all the early spring babies, pamper the ponies and enjoy the four FREE farm rides and meet hundreds of friendly animals.

We have a very special addition to Pennywell this February as the original TV legend, Muffin the Mule arrives at the farm as part of his 70th anniversary celebrations. You can meet him in the Pennywell theatre on 13, 14 and 17 Feb.

There is extra special entertainment every day with Pennywell favourite Dan the Hat and new for 2016 is Britain’s Got Talent finalist Phil Blackmore (AKA Mr Phil) as well as singer songwriter the wild and wonderful Poco Drom. You can see them all for one admission price with your Pennywell wristband.

Fans of the world famous Pennywell miniature pigs won’t be disappointed as there are piggy cuddles, all day every day in our cosy piggy cuddles area. Cuddle to your hearts content and then experience our little porkers ‘hamming it up’ every afternoon at 2.30pm with our miniature pig racing.

There is acres of space indoors for you to picnic and play and lots of undercover fun so don’t let the weather dampen your spirits.

You won’t waste a single minute as there is a new hands on activity, show or display every half hour; it’s what Pennywell is famous for!

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This story appeared on February 10, 2016

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