From 1st April 2017
Our Farm Park is the perfect place to visit for all the family. If you would like to get up close to many farmyard favourites, this is the place to do it!
Daily 9.30am – 4:30pm (except 21st – 24th July 2017 and Christmas Day 2017).
From 1st April 2017
Childs Day Pass (over 2 – under 18) £5.50 (under 2s go free)
Adult Day Pass (18+) £6.50
Family Day Pass £22.00 (2 adults & 2 children)
Concessions (Proof of Eligibility required) £5
Our special offer for military personnel and emergency services has now expired and will be charged at the normal rate of entry. People with disabilities and their carers will be charged at concessions rates.
Annual Family Passes are available at £95.00* and may be purchased on line or in our Farm Shop. Annual passes will be available for collection on your first visit to the farm park. When you visit the farm you will be asked to provide photographic ID with your card. Buy your pass from our online shop.
Access to the entire Jimmy’s Farm site including both free and paid for areas are subject to our Terms & Conditions of Entry. By entering the Jimmy’s Farm site, you agree that you have read and understood the terms & conditions listed here.
NB. Due to tampering by the public, the zipwire is no longer in use. We’ve plans afoot to replace it with something equally cool very soon!
Mondays – Pony Club – 1pm
Join us every Monday for a Pony groom and health check
Tuesdays – 12pm
Meet the Meerkats!
Wednesdays – 12pm
Walk the sheep!
Thursdays – 1pm
Animal health check
Fridays – 1pm
Coati Training & Talk
Come and meet our Ponies, Donkeys, Chickens, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Sheep, Goats, Geese, Ducks, Cows and of course, Pigs. Don’t forget to grab a bag of food for them!
We have a hand-wash station and hand sanitisers, so please do use them when you visit us.
Animal petting can be enjoyed every weekend and throughout the week during school holidays. We have a board up at the entrance to our Farm Park to tell you about weekend petting timings. They are always on the hour at 11am, 12pm, 1pm & 2pm.
The Butterfly House is Jimmy’s passion project and childhood interest. It is home to an incredible array of beautiful tropical butterflies, flying freely amongst the exotic plants and flowers. You may even spot Tropical fish in the pool! Immerse yourself in this jungle-like environment and watch as these amazing insects fly freely between the exotic array of flora and fauna.
We have several play areas for little folk including the wooden playground, bouncy pillow, giant sandpit, climbing pyramids, bouncy animals, play vehicles, sports challenge & Hobbit House!
Sadly, due to public tampering, the zip wire has been damaged beyond repair. We will be building something new in it’s place soon though!
Our woodland has more now than ever!
Not only is it the perfect place to spot many native plants and animals. If you are extremely lucky you may even see the rare Dormouse or Stagbeetles. In the spring, the bluebells offer a dazzling spectacle of colour and scent. Brand new additions to the woodland include the Coffee Cabin and Den Building areas, as well as our thrilling new Time Walk where you can meet all the creatures that used to roam the woodlands thousands of years ago. Click here for more info.
Lovely friend of the farm Dolly is on hand during most school holidays and some weekends in the summer at one of our ponds to help children catch a fish. Dolly has been with us at the farm from the beginning and many of you may remember him from the Jimmy’s Farm BBC TV series’. Please check the boards at the Farm Park entrance to see if Dolly is in!
Jimmy’s Farm is first and foremost, a working farm. Take a stroll over to the Hobbit House to catch a glimpse of our working farm, in which you will find many rare breed pigs and cows.
Dogs are welcome but please keep them on a lead and bring a poop-scoop. Dogs are not allowed in the restaurant but there is seating outside and our staff will provide water for your thirsty friends.
Breakfast is now served on weekends only. See www.jimmysrestaurant.co.uk for details.