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WIMPOLE HOME FARM

Soane Yard Wimpole Home Farm © NT

Built over 200 years ago and first opened to the public in 1983, Wimpole Home Farm, is a working farm set amidst both thatched farm buildings and modern farmyards.

It is home to many rare breeds of sheep, cattle, pigs, poultry, horses and goats which are rarely seen on farms these days and is one of the Rare Breed Survival Trust's Approved Conservation Centres. 

Milking Wimpole Home Farm © NTVisitors to Home Farm can join in with a variety of farm activities, perhaps grooming the donkeys and ponies; collecting eggs; halter training; meet the bunny; even watch animal bath time in the summer and our milking demonstration, which is usually a daily event at Home Farm from May onwards.

RARE BREEDS

SHIRE HORSES

LAMBING TIME

SPOT THE DIFFERENCE

WIMPOLE ESTATE MEAT

WIMPOLE PARK

WILDLIFE

ARCHAEOLOGY

SOIL SURVEY 2212 KB

WHAT'S ON

 

Hidden amongst the trees, the Adventure Playground is a popular spot with those who love to climb, slide, scramble and swing, while tiny tots enjoy their own play area and mini pedal tractors.

Refreshments are available at the Farm Kitchen.
NB National Trust Members pay a reduced admission to Home Farm.

 


MyFarm

10,000 farmers wanted, no experience necessary.

Think you know where your food comes from?

Want to know what it actually takes to get food on our plate? Care about how farming shapes our lives?  Well, we’re setting up a massive online farming experiment called 'MyFarm' and we're inviting you to be part of it.  To find out more about Myfarm . . .  

 

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