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HOUNSLOW URBAN FARM is one of London's largest community farms. Covering 29 acres it is an important educational resource and leisure facility for all the family. Visitors can enjoy a variety of colourful and unusual farm animals close-up, including 5 types of pigs, goats, cows, rabbits, ducks, geese, alpacas, rheas, Peacocks and lots more.

Many of the visitors to the farm are urban residents who have little or no contact with a traditional farm environment or livestock. The farm offers an opportunity for close contact and interaction with a variety of animals in a safe environment.

Animal Handling and other activities are run everyday and include activities such as owl flying displays and reindeer encounters.

Also available are school trips, birthday parties, parent and toddler mornings, Animal Encounters, and more. The Tropical Zoo has recently relocated to the Farm and many activities include tropical animals. Tropical Zoo Roadshows are available for outside visits.

The farm offers a cafe serving a range of food and beverages and has a souvenir shop on site.

Guide Prices

£6.50 per Adult
£5.00 per Child (2yrs and over)
£5.75 for students ag nd OAPs (recycled teenagers)
£21 per Family (2 Adults and up to 2 Children)
This is a full day ticket you can come in and out all day Children under 2 years enter for free.

Season Tickets

Season tickets are valid for 1 calendar year from the date of purchase allowing you to visit the farm unlimited times throughout the year (special events including the Halloween event which runs in the evenings and Christmas grotto not included).

Adults - £32.50
Children (age 2 - 16 years) - £25
Concession - £28.75
Family ticket (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children) - £105



  • Children welcome


  • Free Parking

Map & Directions

Road Directions

By Car:
The Farm is located on the A312 and can be approached by the A316, A4, M4 and the A30. There is plenty of free parking.

By Rail:
Clapham Junction to Feltham. 20 minute walk from the station to the farm; alternatively you can get the 490 or 285 buses from directly outside the station and within 5 minutes you will be at the farm.

By underground:
Picadilly Line to Hatton Cross and then a 10 minute walk: Cross over the A30 and head down Faggs Road. You will pass the Green Man Pub on your left and at the trafic lights turn right and the farm will be on your right.

Accessible by Public Transport: Feltham station is 0 miles away.

Hounslow Urban Farm


Faggs Road, Feltham, Middlesex, TW14 0LZ

Tel: 0208 831 9658

Opening Times

* 10am to 5pm Monday to Sunday
Last Entry 4pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

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