Explore Children’s Petting Farms near London

Explore children’s Petting Farms near London

Take a deep breath, put down your mobile phone and escape the hustle and bustle of the city with your little ones for a piece of paradise in the great outdoors at a children’s petting farm near London.

With attractions to explore across London including Bromley, Mill Hill and Feltham, see and pet farm animals, adventure on outdoor play and make incredible family memories, before stopping for a tasty treat… all close to the M25!

“At the weekend and during school holidays, our family love to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for a farm adventure. Children’s farms in London are a fantastic family day out for toddlers and are packed with indoor, outdoor and animal activities to entertain the little ones, whilst we can admire the beautiful countryside – it’s a fun day out for all!”

Scroll down to explore some of our Children’s Petting Farm members near London.

Visit Children’s Petting Farms near London

The Hounslow Urban Farm  

A large community children’s petting farm, The Hounslow Urban Farm is home to lots of domestic and exotic animals. Meet pigs, goats, sheep, ponies, alpaca and more. With over 90% of animals at the farm rescued from previous homes, and a daily timetable of animal activities, The Hounslow Urban Farm is a fantastic family day out.

Belmont Children’s Farm

Whatever your age,  handle, meet and feed a huge variety of farm animals at Belmont children’s petting farm. Whether you’re from London or beyond, the whole family can experience a real working farm, hands on. See over 30 different adorable animals from cows to exotic lovebirds. Children (and adults!) can pet animals such as the bouncing bunnies, feed the goats, jump aboard a tractor and trailer ride and more.

Christmas Tree Farm

There’s lots of animals for children to pet and feed at Christmas Tree Farm in Downe.
See the Sheep and Llamas as your enter and be sure to say hello to the naughty lambs in spring! Take a walk around the farm to see goats and pigs, as well as the donkeys and ponies, who enjoy a carrot. There’s refreshments available in the Tea Garden on site too.

Please Note: information included in this article is correct at time of publishing. Due to current government guidelines related to COVID-19 some attractions and facilities may differ. Please check each individual attractions website before you visit.