Manor Farm is a fun-filled day out for all the family! Our interactive farmyard offers the chance to meet the animals and explore a working farm, while the Victorian kitchen and schoolroom gives visitors a taste of days gone by.
Explore the historic buildings and barns, enjoy the free range and other animals, watch traditional farm machinery at work, and take a peek into our old privy!
Nearby 13th century St Bartholomew’s church is worth exploring too. All that remains today is its chancel, which overlooks the farm’s pretty duck pond.
Keep up-to-date with all our exciting events. We have daily interactive sessions, such as meet the cows, and meet the animals. Manor Farm also has plenty of exciting seasonal events so keep your eyes peeled.
Admission charges apply.
The farm is open year round (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day). Opening hours are 10am-5pm (March to October). From 1 November 2018 until 3 February 2019, the farm will be on 10am-4pm weekends only.
Senior (60+) £7
Child (3 to 16 years) £5, children under three go FREE
Family ticket (two adults, two children) £25
Family tickets (two adults, three children) £29
Annual membership available. Concessions for large pre-booked groups.
Up to one hour £2
Up to three hours £3
Full day £5
Parking charges apply, however car parking is refunded when paying admission to the farm.
Wheelchair access into the farm is via a short slope. Once inside, the yard is mostly level. The ground floor of the farmhouse and cottage are accessible to wheelchair and pushchair users, as are most of the barns and outbuildings.
A tarmac car park about 100m from the farm entrance has parking spaces reserved for visitors with mobility difficulties. From here, the café and accessible toilet facilities are easily reached.