Stonebridge City Farm
Telephone: 0115 9505113
Stonebridge City Farm is an urban farm in the heart of Nottingham.
Free to visit and open every day, great for families. You can come along to feed and pet our animals, enjoy the sights and smells of our fruit, vegetable and herb gardens, or take a nature walk where you can see a wide variety of birds and butterflies. Even more in the new Aviary, too!
Kids can play in the outdoor play area while you sit and enjoy our piece of the countryside in the heart of the city. We also offer nature inspired activities like pond-dipping.
Afterwards enjoy a cup of tea or lunch in our cafe or browse in our shop. If you feel inspired after your visit we even offer special events with great activities for the kids; a great reason to visit us again!
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It may be worth checking out Stonebridge City Farm's website to see if there are any special events or seasonal fun things to do that may be going on during the day.
We do strongly suggest you contact Stonebridge City Farm before you set off on your family day out, just to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices, as there is nothing worse than disappointed kids in the back of your car after a long journey.
2016 Opening Details:
Summer: 10am to 4pm
Winter: 10am to 3pm
Cafe with healthy lunch menu, Farm shop with snacks and ice creams, picnic area.
Vegetarian Options available.
"Can I have one of those?"
Toys, handmade gifts, local produce, pet food.
"i need a wee"
Standard toilets available, plus disabled toilets, baby changing table and toddler loo seats.
"are we there yet?"
The easiest way to reach us by car is to head for Carlton Road (the B686) and turn onto St. Matthias Road (on the left if you’re coming from town), then left onto Stonebridge Road and on for a couple of hundred metres. If you can’t see us on Stonebridge Road, but you can see lots of trees: that’s us! Parking spaces available in the farm car park or on the road. By Bus: Take the 25 or 27 from town; once you pass the Ice Stadium and get on to Carton Road, a park will come up on your right (King Edward’s Park); once past the park, ring the bell and you should get off the bus just before the turning to St. Mathias Road. Go left on to St. Matthias, left again on to Stonebridge Road, and keep going until you see the trees. The main entrance is past those trees. If you’re feeling adventurous, the 39 will drop you off on Robin Hood Street at the other end of Stonebridge Road: the park to look for this time is Victoria Park, on the left!
...got any top tips?
It’s buggy friendly and pocket money friendly too, with animal food and animal handling only 50p each. Wheelchair access throughout the Farm.
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What are people saying?
If you've had fun on your family day out to Stonebridge City Farm, tell us about your visit so other people will know it's a great place to go as well.A great place to visit!
A fantastic place to visiT, with PLENTY to see and do, from holding rabbits and feeding goats To just taking a slow wander around tge cariety of animals (pigs, ducks, ponies, chickens, toRtoises, guinea pigs...) A nice lIttle play area too (nothing fancy but out two littlies have always enjoyed it).
Reviewed by email@example.com on 08/10/2015