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A lovely place to visit with animals to meet, outdoor spaces to discover, a recently restored 18th century watermill and a large indoor soft play centre.
Explore food, farming and the beautiful Cambridgeshire countryside on a visit to Sacrewell Heritage Farm and Country Centre. Plenty to keep your family entertained, with animals to meet, outdoor spaces to discover, a recently restored 18th century watermill and a large indoor soft play centre.
A big farm park with a huge indoor play area and lots to do, you can easily spend a whole day here with the family.
Heritage farm attraction, 18th century watermill, indoor soft play centre and campsite.
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