See & Do


Our friendly farm staff aim to give visitors a hands on day to remember  with our interactive daily programme designed to nurture interest in not only our farmyard friends but the wildlife that calls Honeybrook home.  From meeting and grooming our ponies and cuddling our rabbits and guinea pigs to helping us feed our animals (feeding programmed varies depending on the time of year) there are opportunities to learn about wildlife, history and traditional rural skills on site and explore beyond the farm courtyard with our fun and informative self-guided family trails, inspired by our beautiful riverside location. With indoor (soft play) and outdoor play options that include our Flying Fox zip wire, bouncy pillow,  Water Jet Splash Pad and now our living wigwam village (find this on the Riverside Trail) plus our tractor and train rides daily, Honeybrook is also the perfect place to throw a birthday party, wedding or event!


Our café is open daily and offers a varied menu utilising our seasonal farm-grown produce as much as possible and  can cater for dietary requirements. Our talented chef is also available to cater for functions held here at the farm from networking events and corporate days to birthday celebrations and weddings. Please email info@honeybrook.org or ask for more information during your visit and we can  help make your event come to life.


The Village Green

Meet Alistair our new resident blacksmith!

Tractor Rides

Train rides - extended railway coming soon!

The Flying Fox Zipwire

The Forge

Wonky Goose Cafe Terrace

The Wonky Goose Cafe

Calves in the Farmyard

Billy Goat cuddles

Buccaneer Towers

Huge Adventure Playground

Adorable lambs

Play inside The Trojan Horse

River Park

Head out from the farmyard on the NEW exciting adventure Play Trail to explore the far reaching corners of Honeybrook Farm. A mystery awaits around every corner as you ramble along beautiful riverside walks and climb, run and jump your way towards the next exhilarating challenge. Keep an eye out for The Ford, cross over to find Bakers Dozen, down to Vic's Island and across the Tricorn Bridge to the Wild Skills Den

Picnic area - under the shady Oak

River Trail - 84 acres of meadows

Wild Skills

Dipping for Minnows