Frequently asked questions
Who can go to Little Farmers?
Little Farmers play area has been designed for families with children from ages 1 to ten but big kids of any age will also love it. Adults must accompany children under 16 and all members of a party must pre-book tickets prior to their visit. Book here
How much is a ticket?
Pricing information for children and adults can be found here.
What are Little Farmer’s opening hours?
Little Farmers is open every day between 9am and 5pm.
All visitors are required to pre-book a ticket in advance of their visit to Little Farmers. We recommend planning a visit of around two hours. Make the most of your visit by popping in to Craigies Farm Shop & Deli and take a little taste of Scotland’s larder home with you!
What is open at Little Farmers under level two restrictions?
Our indoor play barn, outdoor water and sand play areas and café will be opening on 8th June!
While we remain in a level two area, we regret we cannot run all our planned daily animal and farmer events (moo!) – these will be up and running as soon as we are allowed. We will be taking children in to see the animals in the animal shed in small numbers instead – think of it as a VIP visit!
How do I book a table for food at Little Farmers?
How do I view a food menu and order food?
Use our handy online app to view a menu and order food: https://craigies.digitaltable.cloud/
All food is served by our friendly team to your table so you can relax and enjoy your visit!
Do you have gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options?
We can cater for a range of dietary requirements including gluten-free and coeliac. We also cater for vegans and vegetarians. Simply ask our member of staff about our daily GF, vegan and veggie options.
Can I bring my own food?
For health and safety reasons, patrons of Little Farmers are not permitted to bring in their own food for consumption with the exception of baby formula and food. We are happy to heat your baby food and formula for you.
Can I take my dog?
Only guide dogs are permitted in the café, shop, play areas and the fruit and vegetable fields. We have a small outdoor ‘canine café’ where dogs can stop with their owners for a rest and a drink of water.
Do you have baby changing facilities?
Yes, we have baby changing facilities at Little Farmers.
Do you run events and activities for school groups?
We run special programmes for schools and other groups throughout the year. Please get in touch using our online form.
What animals do you have?
Although Craigies Farm is mainly an arable farm, we have a wonderful family of farmyard animals including goats, sheep, Highland coos and Shetland ponies which you can come and see! If you’re lucky, you might even have the chance to feed them. See our daily for more.
How can I give feedback?
We love to hear from our customers and welcome all feedback. Please get in touch using our online form.
Are the shop and café wheelchair accessible?
Little Farmers is spread across ground-level and is wheelchair accessible. We have an accessible main entrance into an open plan café, play barn and outdoor areas. Some of the play area is above ground and cannot be accessed by wheelchair, however, there are plenty of activities to be enjoyed at ground level. Our toilet and handwashing facilities are wheelchair accessible.
Please contact our team if you’d like further advice or information to help plan your visit.