Deen City Farm

Deen City Farm

Deen City Farm is a registered charity and an urban farm that teaches the community about the rural environment and kids can learn about where their food comes from. This farm is free to visit and children can have an adventure exploring the nature and meeting a variety of animals like cows, sheep, pigs, baby chicks, a resident barn owl called Edna and many more!

Children & Family activities

Explore the 5-acre site and see around 120-150 animals that you can feed! There is also a Riding School that offers friendly and professional horse riding lessons with 12 ponies and horses. The lessons are affordable and also available to those with disabilities. During school holidays, the farm offers many fun activities and events for young people such as Young Farmer Day where kids can learn about what it takes to run a farm, handle animals and even take a ferret for a walk! There is also Own a Pony Day where you learn to handle a Pony, feed and groom them and take part in activities like fun games, quizzes and competitions.

Food/Drink

The Farm Cafe offers a variety of fresh and tasty foods like sandwiches, paninis as well as hot drinks and treats like cakes. Click here for the opening times. There is also outdoor seating perfect for picnics!

Toilets

Toilets available including accessible toilets.

Getting There

There is a small car park for visitors however, spaces are limited particularly during busy times such as school holidays and weekends so travelling by public transport is advised.

  • Closest tube stations: Colliers Wood and South Wimbledon
  • Buses: 131, 219, 57, 93