- Children's Farms
- Petting Zoos
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor, Outdoor
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
- Restaurant Onsite
- Onsite Shop
- Picnics Allowed
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Stonebridge Road, St Anns, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG3 2FR, England
Click here to visit Stonebridge City Farm's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
April - September
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:15
October - March
Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 15:00
Closed 24th December - 1st January
No dogs allowed
A great place to visit!
Written by Anonymous . 09.10.15
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).
Good for what it is
Written by MumRa . 13.01.18
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.
Written by joelee . 11.05.18
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.