Opening times & location

Our address is Bath City Farm, Kelston View, Bath, BA2 1NW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OPENING TIMES
You can access the site on foot every day of the year by the numerous kissing gates and stiles around the site and do not need to have permission to visit the animals. The car park is open when farm staff are on site
Monday – Saturday 9.00am – 5.00pm, Sundays 12pm-4pm (9am-3.30pm Saturdays November-end of February). Cafe is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm (Sunday 12pm-4pm).
There is NO CHARGE to visit the Farm, but we would really appreciate A DONATION!

If you require any leaflets, information or wish to purchase produce please call at the farm building/cafe where staff will be happy to help. Dogs must be kept on a lead around the animal paddocks (especially around the sheep) and farm buildings.  Dogs must be kept under control in the cow fields. If you are unsure of the times for a particular activity e.g. volunteering, family days or play sessions, please use the links on this website for more information or ring the office on 01225 481269.

HOW TO FIND US

By car   The City Farm is located on the hillside above Twerton Park Football Ground. Easy road access is afforded from the City Centre. From the Lower Bristol Road turn left under the railway bridge opposite Golden Fleece pub (brown sign). Go to the top of the hill and turn left onto the Hollow. Continue up the hill through the traffic calming scheme and take the first right (brown sign) into Kelston View. The main gates to the Farm are on the right. The car park is open when staff are on the site.

By public transport  Take the number 10 or 5 bus from the main bus station. The no. 10 stops on Sladebrook Road, just below the junction with Mount Road.  Walk up Sladebrook Road and turn right into Mount Road, passing the shops.  At the mini roundabout turn right into The Hollow and walk downhill.  Kelston View is the second turning on the left.  The no. 5 stops in Kelston View by some private garages.  Walk along the farm fence line until you reach the main entrance to the farm car park.