We’re getting ready to re-open our doors!
Last updated: 3rd July 2020
This is a phased reopening and visitor numbers are greatly reduced. You will be presented with a map on arrival.
Please read all of this notice because it contains very important information about our reopening.
The only areas available on the farm are our golf, outdoor animal trails, sand pit and grassed areas for picnic. Outdoor play equipment 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.
Indoor play areas are currently closed, there is no animal feeding or petting sessions, no theatre shows, tractor rides or indoor animal interactions.
BOUNCY PILLOWS – Unfortunately our Bouncy Pillows will be closed until further notice.
Depending on whether on wet or very warm days there is no undercover shelter (apart from the trees).
You must pre-book your visit
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 and 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.Pre-Book Now
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 possible.
Apologises for any inconvenience.
Wash your hands
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