Vauxhall City Farm is a quiet haven tucked away between the busy streets and high-rise buildings near the bustle of Vauxhall Bus and Rail interchange. It is such a surprise to see a city farm so near to central London.
It’s very small but the farm is home to a surprising amount of animals, pigs, sheep, rabbits, ducks and three alpacas called Ben, Jerry and Tom. The horses on the farm are used for riding lessons and you may see them in the paddocks as you approach the farm
|Where:||165 Tyers Street, Vauxhall, SE11 5HS|
|Suitable for||Toddlers upwards|
|Admission:||Free but donations are very welcome!|
|Parking:||Metered street parking. The farm is just inside the London Congestion Zone Charging Area|
|Facilities:||Hand washing station at entrance
Concrete paths suitable for buggies
As well as animals the farm has an ecology area, herb and dye garden. The dyes that are produced on the farm are used by a group of spinners and textile artists.
It is an easy walk with a buggy or small children from Vauxhall Station.The farm is open all year round, from 10:30 – 4:00, Wednesday to Sunday.