Bath City Farm
Bath City Farm has the most spectacular views of the city of Bath and 36 acres of land; it offers year round open access to the meadows, woodland, wildlife pond and farmyard. The farm provides volunteering opportunities, particularly for disadvantaged people and an informal educational environment for children, young people and their families, with an emphasis on healthy living and caring for the environment. Holds community activities such as evening bat walks and offer a range of weekly on-site activities for young people such as den building and stone carving in partnership with the local Play-rangers. Please also note that the whole site is steep and may not be suitable for buggies or those with limited mobility. Sales of eggs and farm produced meat.
Visitors are welcome at any time to see our range of animals in the lower fields. There are toilets in the farm building that are accessible when the staff are present.The farmoffice is usually open Mon- Fri 9-5pm.
Sheep (Soay, Jacob), goats, poulty, pigs (Tamworth), cows
Bus no's 5,10 and 12 from Bath's main bus station to various locations close to the farm. Since bus timetables are subject to change, please phone the traveline 0870 608 2608. We encourage people to come by public transport, but if this is not possible, please phone to make sure the car park will be open as there is limited on-street parking. From the centre of Bath, drive along the Lower Bristol Road to the traffic lights with PC World and McDonalds (on the right). Turn left here, under the bridge, continuing up the hill into The Hollow. Towards the top of the hill and after the traffic calming, turn right into Kelston View. The entrance to the Farm is 100yds on the right.