Visitor Guidance

The whole team here would like to say a heartfelt thank you to you all for your support throughout the pandemic – it’s so lovely to be welcoming you back!

If you have any questions not answered here, please get in touch.

Visitor Guidance

The Farm Park is open from 9.30am daily. Our standard closing time is 5pm. The Ox Shed bar and restaurant remains open in the evening, serving food until 8pm (subject to change, please check the Food page for for more information).

The shop and restaurant will be open to welcome customers from 8.30am and they are free to enter – you don’t need to buy tickets to the Farm Park.

Yes, we are asking that everyone pre-books their visit online, with the exception of those staying on the campsite. This allows us to manage the Park’s capacity and stagger arrivals. Feedback since we introduced advance booking is that visitors have very much enjoyed less queues and more space!

Most of the time, you will find you are still able to book on the morning of your visit, but we do anticipate demand to be higher over the school holidays, so please do book in advance if you have a set date in mind.

All of our barns, including the indoor play, have now re-opened and indoor seating is available in the Ox Shed restaurant.

There will be no animal handling or scheduled demonstrations for the time being, but this is something we will be reviewing over the coming weeks. A member of the team will be on hand to answer any questions you have about the animals.

As well as the indoor areas now being available, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor play and lots of animal breeds to meet out on the walkway.

Yes, food outlets are open and serving takeaway 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.

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

Face coverings are no longer mandatory, but we do encourage masks in our indoor, higher footfall areas such as our Discovery Barn, Adventure Barn, shop and restaurant. Our staff are welcome to use face coverings across the site, whenever they feel more comfortable by doing so.