Frequently Asked Questions
ARE YOU OPEN ALL YEAR ROUND.
The farm opens daily all year round, including bank holidays (not Christmas/Boxing and New Year day). This does depend on the weather heavy rain/snow the farm maybe closed. Please ring first
DO YOU ACCEPT CARD PAYMENTS
Yes we accept all cards, we do have a minimum spend of £10. The kitchen is cash only. We have no on site cash machines.
CAN WE BRING A PICNIC
Sorry we do not allow picnics on the farm, you may be asked to leave if this is not adhered to. Picnic sites can be found around the village.
CAN WE BRING OUR DOG TO THE FARM
Well behaved dogs on a lead at all times are welcome and must be under the responsibility of an adult.
HOW MUCH IS THE ENTRANCE
To enter the tea garden/ kitchen area is free. If you wish to visit the animals (PLEASE SEE HOME PAGE FOR PRICES). Children under 2 years old are free. Sorry we do not have Family tickets.
DO WE HAVE TO PRE-BOOK
There is no need to pre-book just turn up on the day, although for Birthday parties and groups booking is essential
ARE YOU WHEELCHAIR FRIENDLY
Yes there are tarmac/concrete paths around the farm and the field area is flat. There are some paths which are a bit bumpy.
IS IT OK TO VISIT WHEN PREGNANT
Yes it is ok to visit when pregnant although contact with sheep when lambing should be avoided./
DO YOU SELL ANIMALS
We have chicks and ducklings for sale during spring. If you are interested please ring first.
DO WE TAKE UNWANTED ANIMALS
Sorry we cannot take in animals.
CAN WE FEED THE ANIMALS
Yes we sell pots of feed. This is a general feed for all animals. Please do not bring your ownfeed as this may not be suitable for our animals.
IS THE KITCHEN OPEN DAILY
The kitchen is open weather permitting from April Tuesday - Sunday and weekends October - December. School holidays open every day. During bad weather please ring before travelling
DO WE HAVE A CAR PARK
We have onsite car park, at peak times we have an overflow car park. Parking is free
IS THERE PUBLIC TRANSPORT
There are 2 buses that serve the village, 146 from Bromley town centre 7 days a week and the R8 from Orpington/ Biggin Hill Mon - Sat
WHAT IS NEARBY
Downe house home of Charles Darwin, Biggin Hill Memorial, Museum, High Elms Nature Park