Visiting the farm is an enjoyable time for anyone, from young to old! Seeing alpaca for the first time, watching Edna fly and feeding the goats, or enjoying a relaxing cup of tea and a wander around the gardens. We welcome groups from all walks of life!
We have visitor parking located on the drive to the farm, as well as disabled parking spaces. The farm, fields and stable yard is largely hard standing and wheelchair accessible and we a have baby changing facilities and a disabled toilet accessible by radar key.
We also have the Barn Owl Cafe & Shop on site, with an outdoor picnic area situated next to the riding arena!
If you are interested in a guided tour of the farm please refer to our Farm Tours for more information on prices and booking. Due to our staffing and indoor space availability, unfortunately we can only cater for a limited number of guided tours at any one time, but in the event you can’t get the times and days you want, we’re open to self-guided visits.
All group visits including unsupervised visits with over 15 children or adults must be booked in advance.
To book a group visit please email the details of your visit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
If it’s a party you’re after, we offer bookings for children’s birthday parties across weekends throughout the year, which can be booked online.
We only have limited seating in the Café for food purchased from the cafe ONLY and it is not suitable for large groups. If in doubt, please get in touch with our Visitor Services Manager on the below details. We have a classroom that can be hired, subject to availability.
For information on how to get to us and directions please read How to Find Us. If you have any questions regarding visiting the farm, don’t hesitate to get in touch, either by ringing our main number (020 8543 5300) or via email.
Please be aware that if you’re planning on bringing a group to the farm and passing through the grounds of Morden Hall Park, you may need to book in advance with their education team! You can find more information about educational visits to Morden Hall Park on their website.