Mad about pigs? Then our unique ‘Pignic’ Experience, based at Goodheart Farm Animal Sanctuary in Worcestershire, will have you oinking with joy!
This unique hands-on experience allows visitors to get up close and personal with our group of friendly rescued pigs and learn all about their lives, personalities, and what it takes to care for them.
Please note, our visits are currently on hold. We hope to re-open them in the near future, so check back again soon.
To redeem a Sanctuary Tour or ‘Pig’nic Experience voucher, please email our Visitor & Education Manager Abby at firstname.lastname@example.org with your booking name and voucher code.
In the event of circumstances such as severe weather or an outbreak of COVID-19, experiences may be cancelled at short notice. We endeavour to provide visitors with as much notice as possible and will reschedule the visit or offer you a full refund or the opportunity to rebook if we do have to cancel.
“VISIT THIS WONDERFUL PLACE ! We had a ‘Pig-Nic’ with the resident pigs, hosted by Abby. Great experience all round & I cannot recommend a visit highly enough. You will really enjoy yourselves & learn much more about the animals. Abby is friendly, knowledgable & knows all animals by name & their story. These animals are well looked after & loved. The sanctuary is beautifully run & is an absolute joy to visit.” – Ruth
“Really great, informative and interactive experience with the pigs. Abigail was super friendly and engaging, with endless amounts of knowledge about all the animals that live at the sanctuary. Our favourite moments were being able to scratch Pickle the pigs belly and make enrichment toys for them. We had the best time!” – Willow
“What an amazing experience, to spend the morning meeting the pigs. If you love pigs, this is for you. Abby was very friendly, made us feel very welcome and the whole morning had a very personal feel. we learnt alot about the pigs and their individual stories and got to give them some good chin scratches as well as making some toys for them to interact with. What a beautiful place for these lovely creatures to live.” – Kate