Visit Us

Open Tuesday to Saturday, 9am-4pm and sunday 9.30am-4pm. the Farm, Cafe, Car Park and toilets will be closed on Easter Sunday, 31st March

Plan Your Visit

We are a living working farm, and a much loved local charity working in Bath to provide green spaces for people and nature to thrive. We work with people living with mental health concerns, additional learning needs and other complex needs.

Situated on a hill we have stunning views across Bath; we are also a popular visitor attraction with a beautiful cafe, farm shop, farm animals, children’s playground and woodland and nature trails. Entrance is free however donations are very welcome.

Illustration of a bunch of carrots by Jess Knights
The Farm

Open 9am -4pm

Tuesdays to Saturdays

Open 9.30am-4pm Sundays

The Farm will be closed on Easter Sunday, 31st March

Cafe & Farm Shop

Tuesday 9 am – 3 pm

Wednesday-Friday 9am-4pm

Saturday 9.30am-4pm

Sunday 9.30am-4pm

The cafe and Farm shop will be closed on Easter Sunday, 31st March

Things To Do

You can buy goat feed for £1 a bag and feed our lovely pygmy goats.

You can also buy a trail leaflet for £1 and take part in our nature trail.


We have a small car park on-site.

We do encourage you to travel by public transport where ever possible.

The car park and Farm will be closed on Easter Sunday, 31st March

The Countryside Code

Illustration of beans in a pod by Jess Knights

Please remember the Countryside Code when visiting any farm or rural area: 

  • Be safe, plan ahead and follow any signs. 
  • Leave gates and property as you find them. 
  • Never dig up wild plants, some are protected by law. 
  • Take your litter home. Leftover food can be dangerous to farm animals. 
  • Keep dogs on leads and under close control.
Illustration of a brown goat by Jess Knights


Can I bring a dog to Bath City Farm?

We do have a lot of livestock, so well behaved dogs on a lead are very welcome. We are sorry but dogs are not permitted inside our cafe building, but are allowed onto the terraces outside. 

Is there an entrance fee?

It is free to come into Bath City Farm, however, as a charity donations towards our work are very welcome.

You can put a cash donation into our donation bin near our main office, text the word GOAT followed by your donation amount eg GOAT5 to 70085 or visit our donate page here on our website.

Do you take bookings for your cafe?

We are unable to take bookings for our cafe, it is first come first served.

Illustration of a red apple by Jess Knights
How do I get to Bath City Farm? Can I travel by public transport?

Please see our Getting Here page for full details of where we are and the best way to travel.

Can I feed the animals?

For the safety of our animals, please only feed them with food that you have brought on-site at the Farm – we sell goat feed for £1 a bag which our Pygmy goats love. Please do not feed them human food.