Godstone Farm is home to over 500 animals, plus cosy play areas and an extensive challenging outdoor play area.
We look forward to sharing 40 years experience of true farmyard fun with your group.
Our schools program has been designed to complement Reception and Key Stage 1 subjects from the classroom.
With entrance to the farm for the whole day, and an agenda of tailored morning activities, we can offer a perfect mix of indoor and outdoor enjoyment. A dedicated picnic barn is offered to all school visits and 1 adult goes free per 5 children.
When the kids need to let off steam, our indoor play barn is the perfect place, where children can explore, climbing up obstacles and whizzing down slides.
Set against the stunning backdrop of the Surrey countryside is our huge outdoor play area providing a challenge for all ages. Sandpits, climbing frames, swings and slides, all with a twist, provide daring and fun activities for adventurous students.
Make sure you leave time for Den Building, navigating the Woodland Maze, riding on the tractor and going back in time with our resident dinosaurs.
With all these years behind us delivering fantastic learning experiences, we are sure everyone, including children, teachers and helpers, will thoroughly enjoy the visit.
Our structured school visits include:
Activities to choose from include:
Tractor ride, meet the animals, pig feeding, horse and pony talk, farm animal talks, food (April-July, recommended for Year 2 plus), dinosaur discovery, duck feeding and talk, and minibeasts.
We are super easy to get to, being located just off J6 of the M25, making a visit from Surrey, London or Kent hassle free.
Being in the rolling Surrey hills, we have so much more to offer than just the structured program of activities. We are in beautiful countryside, with stunning views and nature and wildlife all around.
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