- Children's Farms
- Horse Riding and Stables
Ages: all ages
Venue type: Outdoor
You might not expect to stumble into the countryside in Central London, however at Vauxhall City Farm you can!
Leave the city smog behind and soak up all the sights, smells and sounds of rural life on this small slice of greenery. There are so many friendly animals you can meet, from Stinker the skunk and Shadow the bunny rabbit to Edward the pig!
The stable is home to a range of horses suitable for all ages and abilities and a great place to for those looking to experience their first, or twentieth ride! Children can enjoy lots of nature craft activities to prolong their enjoyment of this great outdoor space, and there’s a café on site serving tasty treats for the whole family.
Satisfy your appetite for nature!
- Riding lessons available
- Birthday parties
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Toilets Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Parking Available Nearby
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
165 Tyers Street, London, Greater London, SE11 5HS, England
Click here to visit Vauxhall City Farm's website
0207 582 4204
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Tuesday to Sunday 10:30 - 16:00
Free admission to Farm
General Admission (Horse Riding)
Adults from £30.00
Kids from £25.00
Assistance/Guide Dogs only.
If you are pregnant or think you might be pregnant, please do not touch the animals, especially goats and sheep during the lambing and kidding season.
Parking Charges apply
Old Dairy Cafe
Monday 11:00 - 14:00
Tuesday to Sunday 10:30 - 16:00
Great Day out
Written by hazelnut . 31.01.18
Have been going to the farm since i was 5 (I'm now 27) and now take my 1 year old here who absolutely loves it! I really love the new cafe which is great addition its great for me to come with my son for a quick coffee and sandwich. Wonderful day out!
Written by Funlover . 06.04.17
Yesterday my husband took my son to the farm. They met with two friends with their respective children. After a long time spent having fun visiting and feeding the animals, they went to the cafe' for lunch. My husband bought a coffee, a sandwich and a book for my son and spent around £20 (after having spent at least £10 around the farm to feed the animals, playing with the coin machine and donating money). He had brought a sandwich from home for our son as he can be a fussy or no eater when he is outside. Their friends were joining for lunch, the two adults intending to get lunch from the café for them having brought snacks for their children. They were all chased out of the café because they had some home brought food. The staff was very rude! They sat outside in what looks like a picnic area. The café manager came and chased them away with such rudeness and malpractice! I was horrified to hear the story. We have been visiting the farm regularly, all our friends do. A friend of mine even had her son's party at the café before the café was open to the public! I have been signing petitions and campaigning to fund the farm and open the cafe'. I have been donating money to the far for years! I was not expecting such mistreatment! I think this café may be the downfall of the farm! I think the staff of the farm having to be very careful how they treat the community! There may be even donors amongst the mistreated people! Funnily enough I assessed an application for funding from the farm to the Charitable Trust I work for. I will not be surprised if this farm closing soon! There are so many wonderful places in London to take our children. There are so many parks and farms around us! The competition is fierce. I will no longer visit this farm and I will stop being an advocate and supporter.