Welcome to our Farm

My father, Joe Henson, founded Cotswold Farm Park in 1971 to help protect some of our rare breeds of farm animal. Together with my business partner Duncan and our enthusiastic team, I am proud to continue in his wellington-booted footprints.

We have passion for all we do here and are dedicated to delivering the best of British farming, through a sustainable and authentic approach.

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Lots to see and do...

Animal Barn

The best place to spot our new arrivals and special characters. In here is where any newborn piglets will stay, alongside our donkey foals, calves and goat kids.

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Discovery Barn

Discover our smaller animals, you can even watch the little chicks hatch!

Rabbits, guinea pigs, chicks, ducklings, piglets, lambs and goat kids all live in here! Learn all about them, with our expert team on hand to answer any of your questions.

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Adventure Barn

With a huge indoor sandpit, traversing wall, soft play area and plenty of ride-on toys to zoom around on, this indoor play barn is the perfect place to let the children safely explore and let off some steam! If you’re lucky, you might get chance to sneak a cuppa, with The Shed serving drinks and snacks.

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Rare Breeds Trail

Arm yourself with some animal snacks – our greedy goats are waiting for you! The Rare Breeds Trail takes you on a circuit of the paddocks so that you can meet a whole host of characterful animals, learning all about the breeds as you go. From frolicking young lambs to our gentle giants, the Suffolk Punch horses, you’ll see them all.

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Wildlife Walk

Discover wonderful views, rare wildlife and stunning seasonal flowers on our 2 mile trail around the wider farmland. It’s had a revamp over our closed period too, so there’s lots of new information posts to discover on your route. If lockdown has given you a taste for rambling, this will be right up your street! There’s a 1 mile shortcut if you fancy a shorter stroll too. You’ll circle around back to the Ox Shed, so you can always pick up a takeaway coffee and some cake as a treat at the end.

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Outdoor Play

We have a variety of outdoor play equipment; pedal tractors, swings and two large sandpits – one for the smaller tots and one for the bigger kids! Climb through our combine harvester and test your balance across our log assault course. There’s heaps of fun to be had in our two new areas; Aerial Play and Quarry Play.

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Bouncy pillows

Hours of entertainment! Whilst the grown-ups grab a coffee and an ice cream from Dolly’s, the kids can work on their acrobatic skills. Who can jump the highest and who has the best star jump form?

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Muddy Kitchen

Serve up your best mud-iterranean dish! Who can make the best mud pie?! Kitchen appliances and tools provided!

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Viewing Tower & Platforms

Our Farm Park is 1,000 feet above sea level, so when you climb up to the top, you can see for miles! Some of our platforms also act as feeding stations for our cattle, so slide down some animal snacks and give them a treat.

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Woodland Walk & Conservation Area

Take a wander through the woods! Build a den, find some mini beasts, watch the bees in their special observation hive and spot lots of other wildlife.

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Food & Drink

Our Ox Shed café will be open for outdoor food service to begin with, until the restrictions around indoor hospitality are lifted later in the spring. The Milk Churn will also be open, with a brand new takeaway menu of wrap boxes and healthy salads, as well as other snacks and drinks. Inside the park, Dolly’s serves Marshfield ice creams and other refreshments.

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Shop

Filled with gifts for children and adults of all ages. Food, drinks, toys and souvenirs are all available. You don’t need to purchase entry to the park to visit the shop, but don’t forget to bring a face covering unless exempt 🙂

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Welcome to our Farm

My father, Joe Henson, founded Cotswold Farm Park in 1971 to help protect some of our rare breeds of farm animal. Together with my business partner Duncan and our enthusiastic team, I am proud to continue in his wellington-booted footprints.

We have passion for all we do here and are dedicated to delivering the best of British farming, through a sustainable and authentic approach.

Lots to see and do...

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Meet the Animals

Arm yourself with some animal snacks – our greedy goats are waiting for you! The Rare Breeds Trail takes you on a circuit of the paddocks so that you can meet a whole host of characterful animals, learning all about the breeds as you go. From frolicking young lambs to our gentle giants, the Suffolk Punch horses, you’ll see them all.

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Animal Barn

The best place to spot our new arrivals and special characters. In here is where any newborn piglets will stay, alongside our donkey foals, calves and goat kids.

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Discovery Barn

Discover our smaller animals, you can even watch the little chicks hatch!

Rabbits, guinea pigs, chicks, ducklings, piglets, lambs and goat kids all live in here! Learn all about them, with our expert team on hand to answer any of your questions.

adventure barn

Adventure Barn

With a huge indoor sandpit, traversing wall, soft play area and plenty of ride-on toys to zoom around on, this indoor play barn is the perfect place to let the children safely explore and let off some steam! If you’re lucky, you might get chance to sneak a cuppa, with The Shed serving drinks and snacks.

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Wildlife Walk

Discover wonderful views, rare wildlife and stunning seasonal flowers on our 2 mile trail around the wider farmland. It’s had a revamp over our closed period too, so there’s lots of new information posts to discover on your route. If lockdown has given you a taste for rambling, this will be right up your street! There’s a 1 mile shortcut if you fancy a shorter stroll too. You’ll circle around back to the Ox Shed, so you can always pick up a takeaway coffee and some cake as a treat at the end.

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Outdoor Play

We have a variety of outdoor play equipment; pedal tractors, swings and two large sandpits – one for the smaller tots and one for the big kids! Climb through our combine harvester and test your balance across our log assault course.

*Our zip wire, rustic play and Construction Corner will be closed for a short period whilst we develop these areas. We’re making room for some fabulous new play opportunities, which we’re really looking forward to sharing with you. Coming on 17th May!*

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Bouncy pillows

Hours of entertainment! Whilst the grown-ups grab a coffee and an ice cream from Dolly’s Snack Bar, the kids can work on their acrobatic skills. Who can jump the highest and who has the best Star Jump form?

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Viewing Tower & Platforms

Our Farm Park is 1,000 feet above sea level, so when you climb up to the top, you can see for miles! Some of our platforms also act as feeding stations for our cattle, so slide down some animal snacks and give them a treat.

mud kitchen web

Muddy Kitchen

Serve up your best mud-iterranean dish! Who can make the best mud pie?! Kitchen appliances and tools provided!

Den build web

Woodland Walk & Conservation Area

Take a wander through the woods! Build a den, find some mini beasts, watch the bees in their special observation hive and spot lots of other wildlife.

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Food & Drink

Our Ox Shed café will be open for outdoor food service to begin with, until the restrictions around indoor hospitality are lifted later in the spring. The Milk Churn will also be open, with a brand new takeaway menu of wrap boxes and healthy salads, as well as other snacks and drinks. Inside the park, Dolly’s serves Marshfield ice creams and other refreshments.

Food & Shop

Shop

Filled with gifts for children and adults of all ages. Food, drinks, toys and souvenirs are all available. You don’t need to purchase entry to the park to visit the shop, but don’t forget to bring a face covering unless exempt 🙂