The following FAQs should help you get the most from your visit.
Do you accept American Express?
No, we cannot accept American Express payments at this time.
Do you offer discounts for Carers?
Yes, disabled visitors can bring one Carer, free of charge. You may be asked to provide evidence at the entrance to the farm, so please bring documentation such as DLA or P/P with you. Thank you.
What if it rains?
We are an outdoor farm site, so you should come prepared for wet weather - please remember your wellies and waterproofs. It can be fun outdoors in the rain!
We also have plenty of undercover activities, such as our 'Meet the Animals', the indoor soft play barn, Creepy Crawly World and our Granary Restaurant, where you can warm up with a hot drink and some fabulous homemade cake.
Is there a gift shop?
Yes, there is. It sells drinks, sweets, treats, and gifts. It's open all day.
Is there a restaurant on site?
We have a restaurant, called the Granary. It serves home made, fresh and tasty hot and cold food, and is open all day.
Picnic tables are located throughout the farm site, for those wishing to bring a packed lunch, but we do ask that you do not eat packed lunches in the Granary.
How do we get to the Rare Breeds Centre?
The Rare Breeds Centre is situated near Ashford, about fifteen minutes from Junction 10 of the M20, between the villages of Hamstreet and Woodchurch on the B2067. Click here for directions.
Do you allow Dogs on the Farm?
Unfortunately, we do not allow dogs on the farm site, as they scare our animals. Please leave your pooches at home when you visit! (Guide Dogs are admitted). Thanks.
Can we touch the animals?
Animals should only be touched at the supervised 'Meet the Animals' sessions.
Animals with a calm temperament are selected for our supervised 'Meet the Animals' sessions. The animals are accustomed to being handled, and are usually friendly, however all animals have the potential to bite or butt, and should be treated with respect. It is best to hold your hand flat and approach the animal from below its chin rather than towards its eyes or forehead, which it may interpret as a threat. Please supervise children at all times.
Outside the 'Meet the Animals' sessions, the animals should not be touched and please do not put fingers into cages, fences or wires.
Please wash your hands after touching the animals, and adults please ensure that you wash children's hands thorougly. We advise that hand gel should not be used as an alternative to hand washing.