Established in 1971 and the home of rare breed conservation, Adam Henson’s Cotswold Farm Park has a long standing reputation for a fun-filled day out. Visitors of all ages can interact closely with the animals and learn about farming, past and present.
As the home of rare breed conservation, visitors can meet over 50 flocks and Herds of different animals displayed around our ‘Rare Breeds Through History’ trail.
The Touch Barn and Demonstration Barn can be enjoyed all year round, as they are undercover and protected from the elements. Seasonal farming Demonstrations and shows follow the farming calendar, including Lambing, Shearing and Milking. Settle down on the straw bales and prepare to be entertained and informed by the knowledgeable team.
To really get your fill of the countryside, we recommend you take a ride on the Farm Safari. Sit back and enjoy a guided tour of the sight and sounds of a working rare breeds centre.
Adam’s Kitchen serves homemade food prepared from fresh ingredients. The shop stocks a selection of our own meat, along with a range of local. Handmade and unique gifts. There’s plenty to offer outside the Farm Park too. Experience the stunning diversity of animals and plants by completing our two mile Wildlife walk.
-Ample free parking
-Adam’s kitchen restaurant using local produce
-Outdoor and undercover picnic areas
-Gift shop, stocked with our own sausages, rapeseed oil and Adam’s beer
-Coach driver hospitality
-Toilets with disabled access
-Large-font Safari script available for the hearing impaired
-Listening posts telling the story of our animals on the “Rare Breeds Through History” walkway
-Hand washing stations
-Coach Driver hospitality
To book your group in for a visit, call the Farm on:-
Tel: 01451 850307