Animal Time

Meeting our many friendly farm animals is a highlight of the day for most of our visitors.

From tiny fluffy chicks to greedy goats and cheeky llamas, we’ve got hundreds of animals for you to see. Being a working farm, there are often baby animals to meet too, with lambs, piglets, chicks and calves to see throughout the year.

As you explore the farm, you can learn all about the different animals and their breeds.

the big animal barn
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Visit our huge undercover barn to meet sheep, goats, llamas, pigs and cows up close. A great opportunity to stroke and feed them!

Little Hoppington small animal village
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Meet our small, friendly, furry friends including guinea pigs, rabbits, chinchillas, degus and fancy rats.

Pony Rides
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Enjoy a short pony ride around our woodland track. Each ride costs £3. Children must between 3-12 years of age or under 45kg. Sessions run daily.

the stable yard
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Our donkeys and ponies just love to be admired. Our tiny miniature Shetland ponies and Giant Poitou Donkeys are particular favourites!

the famous racing pigs
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Don’t miss our twice daily Pig Race at 12.45pm and 3.45pm every day! Choose your favourite, cheer them on and watch them fly to the finish line!

the farm walk
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Stretch your legs and discover the many animals in their paddocks on our Farm Walk. A great way to see the farm and learn more about our animals. Our herd of Swedish Fallow Deer are beautiful!

tractor and trailor rides
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Hop on board! As well as meeting our large flock of sheep and herd of cows you’ll learn lots about our other animals and the history of Bocketts Farm too. On a clear day the views of London are particularly impressive! The ride costs £1.50 per person and each ride lasts approximately 15 minutes.

baby animals

Baby Animals

Keep an eye out for gorgeous baby animals all year round. You may be lucky enough to watch some being born. Meeting the baby lambs during February Half Term and Easter is a must!