FAQ's

All questions answered

What time does the Farm Park open?

The Farm Park is open 9.30am – 5pm daily. You will need to choose an arrival time slot when booking your tickets; you are then welcome to stay all day!

Please note that the animal barns will usually open at around 10am. The 9.30am arrival slot is most suited to visitors wanting to make use of the play areas first thing.

Do I need to book?

To allow us to manage the Park’s capacity and stagger arrivals to avoid queues, we ask all guests (with the exception of those staying on the campsite) to pre-book their visit to us, including members.

When booking, there is a choice of arrival times for each day and we ask that guests aim to arrive and enter the park within their chosen time slot.

Please note that we are operating a cashless system on site and are only able to take payments for food and drink by card.

If you are looking to make a future booking for a group of 20 or more, please phone in advance.

Can I bring my dog into the Park?

Dogs are not allowed in to the park, with the exception of guide dogs. This is due to the close contact with the animals. Dogs are allowed in the visitor centre, the Ox Shed – which includes our shop, restaurant and bar. You can also take them on the Wildlife Walk, which they will no doubt enjoy!

Is the Farm Park suitable for wheelchair users?

The indoor barns and visitor centre are accessible for wheelchairs. The ‘Rare Breeds Through History’ walkway and adventure play areas however are accessed via an uneven and slightly stony path. Whilst most of our customers using electric wheelchairs manage these areas without trouble, visitors pushing chairs manually can sometimes struggle.

If you or a member of your party has reduced mobility, we would be happy to offer you one of the manual wheelchairs we keep on site. Please call ahead to reserve one for your visit.

More information about Accessibility at the Farm Park can be found here.

Is parking free?

Yes! We have a large on-site car park that is free of charge.

Are there public transport links to the Farm Park?

Unfortunately due to our rural location we are not on any public transport routes. The nearest train stations are Moreton-in-Marsh and Kingham, both are approximately 20 minutes by taxi to us.

Can I meet Adam?

Maybe! Adam has a packed schedule and is often busy with his filming commitments, talks and personal appearances. All of this on top of the responsibility of running a business and trying to spend some time with his family mean that it is very difficult to say for sure when he will be at the Farm Park to meet visitors.

He is here as often as he can be and is always happy to have a chat though, so don’t hesitate to say hello if you spot him.

Can I feed the animals?

Yes! Bags of animal snacks are available at the paysheds and shop for 75p. Animal snacks are special grass pellets that can be fed to any of our livestock that live outside.  Please do not bring your own food for the animals.

Can I buy food?

Yes, there are food outlets across the site. Indoor seating is available in the main restaurant, the Ox Shed, but there is also plenty of outdoor, undercover seating throughout the Farm Park.

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Please note that we are still operating a cashless system on site and will only be able to take payments for food and drink by card.

Can I bring a picnic?

Yes, you may bring a picnic, there are designated seating areas for picnicking at the Park.

Do I need to wear a face mask?

In line with current government guidance, wearing a mask is now a personal choice, for both visitors and our team.