Briarlands Farm – Welcome

BOOK NOW   Open today 10.00am ’til 5.50pm for Season Pass Holders – don’t forget to book! 

Following the recent Government announcement, we are excited to confirm that we will be opening many outside activities at Briarlands Farm at 10.00am on Monday 6th July with the first two days reserved for Season Pass holders only; open to the public from Wednesday 8th July 10.00am – 5.30pm.

We’ve had to make a few changes and we need everyone to book their visit in advance.
We will shortly be opening our online booking process for advanced tickets and booking in for our Season Pass members – we will announce when they go live.
You and your families remain our primary concern, so rest assured we have been working hard to ensure we are following the latest Government guidelines and have additional hand washing facilities, sanitising stations regarding social distancing around the park to keep you safe.
We look forward to seeing you again soon.
Team Briarlands 😊


Briarlands Farm at Blair Drummond, near Stirling is open daily and offers a great fun day out for all the family in the fresh air.

We have loads of things to do, to keep the kids entertained and whilst most of our activities are outside, we do have a craft area within our family friendly tearoom for those wet days offering ceramic painting, sand art and decopatch; as well as an indoor soft play frame for under 7’s and a play area for pre-schoolers.

Briarlands Farm outdoor activities include

  • feeding the animals using feeding tubes
  • jumping pillows
  • tractor go karts
  • toddler trike track
  • play frames
  • springers
  • zip wire
  • swings
  • mini diggers and water blaster( £1 coin required)
  • sand pits
  • Sheep pen maze
  • Straw Box
  • Tractor & Trailer Rides ( £1 per person)
  • Archery
  • Football Golf
  • Pick Your Own strawberries (in season)

There is no charge to our tearoom where visitors can enjoy freshly prepared food from local suppliers including our own produce, our home-made jam and delicious strawberries are not to be missed