Stonebridge City Farm | Day Out With The Kids

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Stonebridge City Farm

3 out of 5 starstotal reviews(5)
  • Nottingham
  • Indoor and Outdoor
  • All Ages
  • Children's Farms, Petting Zoos

Attraction Information

Just outside Nottingham city centre is Stonebridge City Farm.

This community project is free to visit and a perfect antidote to city living with its lush gardens, nature walks and access to farm animals. Meet cows, goats, ducks, sheep and ponies and hold bunnies and guinea pigs in the petting barn.

Take a pack lunch if you want to make the most of the open space, or eat in the café. You can buy homegrown fruit and veg in the shop and feed to give to the animals.

See nature at its best!

  • The farm is a short bus ride and 5 minute walk from the city centre
  • Ideal for children ages 3-6
  • Donations accepted
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Opening hours

April - September
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:15

October - March
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 15:00
Closed 24th December - 1st January

Pricing

Free admission
Donations welcome

Travel & Contact Information

Address

Stonebridge Road, St Anns, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG3 2FR, England

Phone number

0115 9505113

Map

Website

Click here to visit Stonebridge City Farm's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

Yes, there are toilets and baby changing facilities.

Yes, there are baby changing facilities.

Yes, you can bring a picnic.

Yes, there is an onsite restaurant.

Yes, Stonebridge City Farm is wheelchair friendly.

Yes, Stonebridge City Farm have stated they are pushchair friendly.

No dogs allowed

Additional Info

Anything else I should know?

There is an onsite shop

Reviews

Great little place 5 out of 5 stars

The first reviewer should could consider this is a charity run FREE place to visit that is run with the aid of volunteers and supports people with learning disabilities. It needs support from people visiting in order to survive. It has a little cafe which has lovely food and is very cheap for what you get. Had a gorgeous chocolate fudge cake that was fantastic and worth the visit alone. We saw pigs, horses, sheep, goats, ducks, geese, chickens, rabbits and a large tortoise called Kevin. They sell animal feed so the little ones can feed some of the animals. There is a playground with a couple of slides and swings etc and a little shop. There a small car park outside with free parking. Go down and support this local initiative or just go for the cake.

Emmab78

Great place 4 out of 5 stars

I love coming here with the kids it's come on a lot in the past couple of years with improvements being made all the time the food is lovely all the staff are volunteering the gardens are lovely to walk round and chat to you're children about all the fruit and veg grown there. Again the only downfall is the barn area I feel the rabbits need to be let out almost every day instead of being cooped up. Other than that's it's lovely you can give a small donation to help with the running of the farm :)

Natandjohnson2014

Poor Establishment 1 out of 5 stars

Animals especially in the barn are very dirty and it does not look like they get cleaned regularly. Members of staff aren't very approachable and there is a clear lack of effort. I would not recommend visiting the farm.

joelee

Good for what it is 3 out of 5 stars

For a small farm in the middle of the city this is an unusual place and it does have quite a variety of animals for the space. We got round the whole farm in 30 minutes (without visiting any play areas) so it is not somewhere I would make a special effort to visit again.

MumRa

A great place to visit! 4 out of 5 stars

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).

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