Farm Park is Britain's first ever farm park.
Established in 1971, the Cotswold Farm Park can be aptly
described as a pageant of history on four legs. Alongside the serious
aims of conservation and education, visitors of all ages will find
themselves easily entertained. On display is an unrivalled collection
of rare breeds of British farm animals including sheep, cattle,
pigs, goats, horses, poultry and waterfowl.
into living history with our outdoor and indoor animal displays
and daily demonstrations.
Farm Park is regularly featured on television, including holiday
programmes, The Really Wild Show and Absolutely Animals. Cotswold
Farm Park have supplied animals for two David Attenborough Natural
History programmes, as well as period dramas and feature films including
Emma, Clandestine Wedding, Middlemarch, The Hour of the Pig and
Braveheart. The owner of the Cotswold Farm Park, Adam Henson, is
also a presenter for the BBC Countryfile programme.
Source : Cotswold Farm Park web site
Farm Park is open from 10.30am-to-5pm on weekdays and 10.30am-to-4pm