Last updated: April 2021
Please read all of this notice because it contains very important information about our reopening.
Areas available on the farm are our golf, outdoor animal trails and grassed areas for picnic. Outdoor play equipment and bouncy pillows will be open for all customers, our staff may limit the amount of children able to play on the equipment depending on how busy they are. When queuing please social distance from other customers.
Indoor play areas, animal barns and theatres are still currently closed, we’re currently allowing to guests to feed our rather vocal and friendly goats. Please don’t use this feed for other animals.
Our on-site restaurant is open and will only be offering take-away food. We also have other kiosks open that sell drinks & snacks during peak periods.
We are supporting the NHS Test & Trace scheme, you will be able to find NHS QR code ‘check-in’ posters at key points around the Resort. These QR posters can be scanned on the NHS COVID-19 smartphone App.
You will be encouraged to scan the NHS QR code with your smartphone on arrival or while you are at our attraction.
As of the 8th of August 2020 masks must be worn in the following areas:
We’ve restricted our visitor numbers to provide even more space for you to enjoy a socially distanced day out at Marsh Farm. But we’re not running any timed slots so you can thoroughly enjoy your time at the farm at your leisure.
Before you visit you’ll need to make sure you’ve pre-booked the date of your arrival.
Pre-booking means we can control visitor numbers, track and trace and reduce crowding.
We have gone cashless
Sorry we will not be accepting coins or bank notes on site. We’ve done this to keep you and our staff as safe as possible.
Apologises for any inconvenience.
We have plenty of hand-washing and hand sanitising stations all across Marsh Farm so you’re never too far away from somewhere you can sanitise your hands.
Don’t visit with symptoms
Please DO NOT VISIT the farm if you have symptoms of coronavirus including; a high temperature, persistent new cough, a loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste.