Visit the Farm
10am - 4pm
Open 7 days
(The cafe is closed on Mondays)
VISIT THE FARM
We are free to visit!
There are always plenty of things to see and do at the farm.
Our 5 acre farmyard is flat and mainly paved making it accessible for disabled and elderly visitors.
We welcome visits from schools and community groups, tourist groups or coach tours. If you would like to arrange a group visit to the farm, please email the farm office.
VISIT THE ANIMALS
We have a wide range of farm animals, birds and small animals to see around the farm.
There are £1 feed pots available for purchase in the long barn if you would like to hand feed some of the animals.
CAFE & FARM SHOP
Selling breakfast, lunch, hot and cold drinks, cakes & homemade scones.
The cafe shop also sells our farm laid free range eggs, farm reared pork and other local products.
Find out more about the cafe here.
EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS
We have regular events and workshops on throughout the year. See what's coming up!
There are a number of permissive paths and nature trails around the farm.
Download our nature trail leaflets or collect from the farm cafe :
All well behaved dogs are welcome. For the safety of children and livestock we ask that dogs remain on a lead at all times. If you are visiting the cafe there is a covered outside area where dogs are also welcome.
How to find us
To visit the farm by bus take the R6 from Salisbury City Centre. There is a bus stop at the end of Cow Lane which is the entrance to the farm. Check the Salisbury Reds website for up to date information here.
The nearest train station is Salisbury. Approximately 10 minutes by taxi or car. Or you can catch a bus from the city centre.
There is free car parking on site.
We are approximately 15 - 20 minutes walk from the city centre, see map below.