Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park
There's something for all the family at Adam Henson's Cotswold Farm Park;
Animal breeds; Wildlife Walk, Maze, Play and activities; Farming demonstrations; Bottle feeding; Farm Safari; Meet the farmyard animals; Eating & Shoppiing and much much more.
- 01451 850307
- Cotswold Farm Park
- GL54 5UG
- When is it on
- 10th February - 24th December
- Session Information
10.30am - 5pm
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type Normal admission prices apply which includes all activities Tickets are always cheaper when booked online.
- Additional Charges
- Dedicated carers are welcome to enter the Park free of charge.
- Local Offer Details
We work hard to make your experience with us as good and as carefree as possible. There are ample benches around the park if you need to sit down and take a rest during your day.
We hope the information below will assist you, however if you do have any further questions or queries please do not hesitate to contact us by calling 01451 850307 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
All parking at the Farm Park is free. Disabled parking is available next to the entrance.
If you or a member of your party has reduced mobility, we would be happy to offer you one of the wheelchairs we keep on site free of charge. Please call ahead to reserve one for your visit.
Doorways to the Farm Park shop and café are extra wide and ramped. The Farm Park itself has concrete, gravelled and grassy walkways, all wide enough to accept wheelchairs. Please note many of these areas are sloped and may require a bit of strength to push wheelchairs around.
There is also space for one wheelchair on the Farm Safari.
Deaf and hard of hearing visitors
There is a wealth of written information around the Farm Park to explain our history, the farming year and the story of each of our breeds. Bookings can be made online or via email rather than phone. Emails can be sent to email@example.com.
Blind and Partially Sighted Visitors
We have listening posts around the Rare Breeds Through History Trail, enabling visually impaired visitors to listen to Adam explaining how farming has changed throughout the years and the stories behind most of the Rare Breeds animals we keep. Guide and assistance dogs are welcome.
There are disabled toilet facilities in each toilet block around the park.