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Frankly Farm Tours


If you love animals, the outdoors and want to get away from the stress and monotony of day to day life then you’ll love Frankly Farm Tours. We offer the most intimate and personal alpaca and farm animal experiences available.

At our farm in Broseley, Shropshire you can enjoy peace and quiet with friends or family amongst some very friendly furry guests and breath-taking scenery. Our animals roam freely around our fields and there is little to no barrier between you and them.

When you meet our beautiful animals, their charming, relaxed personalities will make you smile. The farm itself is simple and authentic and there are no crowds.

With our unforgettable animal experiences, you’ll truly feel like you’ve escaped the modern world.


  • Free on site parking
  • Group visits available
  • On site parking
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