Open 7 days a week • 9am – 5pm • Free entry • no booking required
Overground: Gospel Oak
Tube: Kentish Town (Northern Line closed until July 2024)
Rail: Kentish Town (Thameslink – open)
Bus: Gospel Oak – C11 • Queen’s Crescent – No. 24 & 46
Free parking on Grafton Road after 11AM (Mon-Fri) and all day at weekends.
Pay and display parking on Queen’s Crescent & Vicar’s Road (useful on busier market days, Thurs & Sat).
Plenty of room for buggys
Bicycle parking inside the farm
About the farm
Kentish Town City Farm is a charity that provides opportunities to help people connect with animals, nature and the environment. We are an educational resource for school children to learn about animal physiology, where food comes from and the natural world. We also provide therapeutic riding to people with special needs and farm related activities to local children and families.
Members of the public are welcome to visit to see the animals and enjoy a therapeutic natural space in the city. Children aged under 8 years old must be accompanied by an adult at all times while at the farm.
KTCF is wheelchair accessible and seating areas offer visitors a chance to rest and enjoy the views. Accessible toilet facilities are available.
The farm covers a 4.5 acre area alongside two railways lines with flourishing community gardens, a riding arena and wildlife pond. It’s a small holding with goats, sheep, chickens and geese, plus 3 horses, 2 donkeys, pigs Wilma & Betty, plus our lovely cow Shirley, and various small animals. We also have two farm cats, Gracie and Mr Grey, who like to snooze when they can during the day. You might find the animals in their barns or pastures, depending on the time of day, season and weather. On your visit you are very welcome to ask staff or volunteers questions about the farm and animals.
Guidance for visitors
We aim to make a warm, welcoming and enjoyable space for all members of the community. For the enjoyment and safety of everyone, we ask you to abide by the following rules:
- There is no eating, drinking or smoking allowed at the Farm.
- Dogs, other than support dogs, are not allowed at the Farm. If you have a support animal with you, please tell a member of staff when you enter the Farm.
- Please wash your hands with warm water and soap as you enter and leave the Farm.
- Safety notices are posted outside and inside of the Farm. For your own protection, please note and follow the guidance. If you need assistance to read or understand this guidance, please talk with a member of staff.
- Anti-social behaviour including bullying and harassment will not be tolerated.
- The Farm reserves the right to close at any time for the safeguarding and health of humans and/ or animals.
If you require special assistance please email email@example.com and speak with a member of staff before you arrive, so that we can discuss your support needs.
If you have questions, concerns or compliments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please support the farm
Entrance is free but visitor donations are very welcome as we rely on your contributions to support our work. Donations can be dropped directly into our red post box on the farmyard or make an online donation. Thank you for your support, it really helps us to keep the farm running!
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