A working mixed farm, featuring a shop selling regional produce, a kitchen serving a selection of home baking and an outdoor maze.
Briarlands contains a funyard that contains jumping pillows, a specially designed low energy exercise program for both children and adults. This area also contains a straw mountain tower for kids to climb, go karts, a tyre maze, sand pit and football skills game.
The outdoor maize is naturally grown, covering an area of 5 acres and reaching a height of over 6 ft.
Enjoy a light lunch menu of homemade soup and filled rolls or baguettes, as well as a delicious range of home baking, including traybakes, scones, shortbread and meringue nests at Mary’s Kitchen. All baking is done on the premises in a purpose-built commercial kitchen, and the strawberries and raspberries used in tarts and meringue nests are grown on the farm.
To get to Briarlands Farm, follow signs to Blair Drummond Safari Park, then turn off the main road as though going into safari park, (the farm shares the same junction off the A84), then look out for signs with a strawberry. The farm is a mile from the main road, just keep following the signs.
Opening times :
10am - 5.30pm daily February - October
10am - 4.30pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday only November - January
Adults £4.75- Children £6.00
Family ( 2 adults 2 children) £20.00
Senior citizens FREE when accompanying a paying visitor or £3.00
Under 3's are free
Please email for group visit packages.
Please note due to the nature of our attraction we can only allow guide dogs entry
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