Places you can see lambs

Lambs are one of the first and most eagerly awaited signs of spring. Go for a family walk in any of these places and see how many lambs you can count.

Five Jacob lambs in spring at Arlington

Arlington Court, Devon

Jacob lambs and ewes can be seen throughout the Easter holidays at Arlington Court.

Visitors with sheep in the Brecon Beacons

Brecon Beacons, Powys 

Visit the Brecon Beacons during springtime to see new-born lambs gamboling in the Tarell Valley.

Jacob sheep on the Brockhampton Estate

Brockhampton Estate, Herefordshire

You will also be able to find Jacob lambs in the fields at Lower Brockhampton.

Lambs at Calke Abbey

Calke Abbey, Derbyshire

Calke Abbey is home to a small flock of rare Portland sheep. The lambs are born with a foxy-red coat which changes to creamy-white in the first few months.

Sheep in Gibside Parkland

Gibside, Tyne and Wear

During the spring Gibside often holds lambing days where kids can meet the lambs and take a peek at newly-hatched chicks.

A sheep and its lamb standing in a grassy field

Holnicote Estate, Somerset

Spring lambs will be gallivanting across the lowland farms of Holnicote.

Two lambs and their mother on the Ickworth Estate

Ickworth, Suffolk

Watch thousands of young lambs take their first steps in the park at Ickworth

Border collie sheepdog 'holding' a ewe and lamb

Llanerchaeron, Ceredigon

Lambs are born from around 12 March onwards at Llanerchaeron.

Lambs climbing on logs

Scotney Castle, Kent

Sussex cattle have been a proud feature of the landscape since Victorian times, but sheep have been grazed here for even longer. Take a springtime walk around the estate and enjoy the sight of lambs jumping joyously in the sunshine.

Sheep and lamb at Wimpole Home Farm

Wimpole Estate, Cambridgeshire

Visit Home Farm on the Wimpole Estate to see the new generation of their rare and traditional breeds of sheep.