One of Europe's largest city farms with 32 acres of open space, BHS registered equestrian centre and more than 150 animals and birds. Welcomes visitors of all ages plus educational, corporate and community groups. Open every day of the year. Community barn is available to hire with catering.
Facilities: Cafe, Volunteering, Shop, Community space for hire, Picnic area, Community recycling/composting, Mobile farm, Incubator for schools, Holiday activities, Wildlife area
Open to the public?Yes
Open to the public - details: During opening times
Summer 9-5pm, Winter 8-4pm Groups must pre-book if requiring a farm tour.
Details of livestock and rare breeds kept:
Pigs (Tamworth, Gloucestershire Old Spot), sheep (Jacob, Oxford Down, White Faced Woodland), goats (Pygmy, Anglo-nubian), alpacas, donkeys, llamas, ducks, geese, turkeys, chickens, horses, ponies, small animals.
Rail: Crossharbour DLR Opposite the station is an Asda supermarket with a large car park. A gate at the rear of the car park leads to a path curving round to the left and down to the Farmyard.
Bus: Take the D3, D6 or 135 bus towards Cross Harbour and disembark at the ASDA supermarket. Walk through the car park and at the rear you will find a gate entry to Mudchute Park & Farm next to the car wash facility. Follow the path through the park to arrive at the Main Courtyard entrance. Alternatively catch the D3 or D7 bus travelling via Island Gardens DLR station, and alight at Pier Street, next to the Pier Tavern pub. At the end of Pier Street you will find the entrance to Mudchute Park and Farm.
We can also be reached on foot from Greenwich by taking the Greenwich Foot Tunnel under the Thames.
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