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Established in 1978, Deen City Farm is a registered charity and one of the capital's oldest community run farms. Receiving over 60,000 visits a year, our 5 acre site in South West London is free to enter and includes a farmyard, riding school...more
Hours Today: 10:00 - 16:30
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
39 Windsor Avenue | Merton Abbey, London SW19 2RR, England
All reviews farm animals pony rides morden hall small farm animals seem wide variety of animals feed the animals small donation buy food to feed small animals couple of hours a lot of fun great for kids worth a visit owl ferret playground
My wife and I visited as part of a trip to Morden Hall Park this weekend. The farm is small and homely, with a wide variety of animals. Some of the chickens are truly impressive! 🐔 We also liked the 🐐 (goats). 🐰🐮🐴🐄🐑🐓🦃!!! The farm...More
Date of experience: October 2018
1 Thank Mr-MrsTravellerToad
Nick G, General Manager at Deen City Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 4 October 2018
Hi Mr and Mrs Traveller Toads!
Thank you for leaving a review, and we're glad you enjoyed the animals. Our alpaca and pigs are very much here - although the pigs do often have a daytime nap inside their pig ark. Our Barn Owl has...More
- outdoor playground suitable for toddlers
- feeding and petting times
- not that many animals
- quick visit only, can't imagine spending any longer thereMore
Date of experience: September 2018
1 Thank Letishabee
DeenCityFarm, General Manager at Deen City Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 26 September 2018
Thanks for taking the time to leave a review. We always enjoy getting feedback. We are indeed "cheap" as we rely on donations to keep going instead of making an entrance charge. Most people are generous and do make a donation. I'm glad...More
We have been to this excellent farm once before some years ago and being "lent" our 3 year old granddaughter again we decided to take her there.
The place is beginning to expand again with the imminent building of a stable for donkeys.The little furry...More
Lovely little farm, animals are really well looked after.
It’s free to get into and has a little cafe to get lunch. You can also buy some grain to feed the animals which is a lot of fun and the kids love it!More
Date of experience: January 2018
DeenCityFarm, Manager at Deen City Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 30 January 2018
Thanks for taking the time to post a review, and we're glad you enjoyed your visit. The Livestock staff and their volunteers work very hard to make sure the animals are so well looked after. The Farm is indeed free to enter - but we...More
Had such a great experience at this farm with my boyfriend, there is such a variety of animals and it's all for free. Would definitely recommend for children, but also a great experience for adults too, we certainly had a lot of fun!More
Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Nicole W
DeenCityFarm, Manager at Deen City Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 23 January 2018
Thanks for taking the time to write a review, and we're delighted you all had a great time. We're a charity and you right that we're "free" in that we don't make an entrance charge. It does, however, cost over half a million...More
This place is really a great day out for small kids - well i say day out, you couldn't spend all day here.
The farm has a good selection of farm animals, many of which you can feed. Annoyingly you need a 50p piece for...More
Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Natasha D
DeenCityFarm, Manager at Deen City Farm, responded to this reviewResponded 24 October 2017
Thank you for taking the time to leave a review, and we're delighted you had a good time. We don't have a change machine (they're really expensive and we can't afford one) but we do make sure we can supply 50p coins from...More
There is so much to do and see packed into a small farm. There are various chickens near the entrance. Edna the owl housed just behind the chickens. Then there is a playing ground. Not the biggest but lots of different equipment for children to...More
I just love this little farm, I used to bring my grandchildren here when they were 3& 6 years old. They are now 12&15 years old, and I can't tell you how old I am!!! However I decided to visit a few weeks ago, and...More
This is a great place for young kids below 8. However the place is let down by some staff members. For being free, its worth a visit.
- Its free of charge to visit the farm
- Pony rides are available for small...More