Everyone who visits Cogges for the first time is bowled over by its beauty. Visit a unique venue and heritage site with a fascinating story, set around a manor house and farm buildings, walled garden and orchard. Take welly walks around the island woodland and moat by the River Windrush, at the site of the original manor house. Visit the 13th century manor house and see the Victorian kitchen. Children can dress up in historical costumes or enjoy the adventure play area and zip wire, and 'mini Cogges' soft play, sandpit and outdoor games.
Meet the farm animals: miniature Shetland ponies, Cotswold sheep, Sandy and Black pigs, Pygmy goats, rare breed chickens and Indian Runner ducks. Animal handling at weekends at 12noon and 2pm.
Cogges has featured in a number of films and TV shows and is the location for Yew Tree Farm in Downton Abbey.
Come along to special events, festivals, theatre, workshops and school holiday fun for all the family, or take a day trip and have lunch in the Cafe at Cogges.
The farm's shop sells gifts and souvenirs, as well as local beers and ciders. The Cogges cafe serves exceptional coffee and cakes, breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea using seasonal produce.
Tuesday to Sunday (and Bank Holidays) 10.30am to 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
Open every day during Summer School Holidays
Tours every Friday and Saturday at 11am
Season tickets available
For group bookings please email email@example.com
All tickets include a 10% voluntary donation. This enables Cogges to claim Gift Aid from HMRC on the whole cost of your ticket, thereby increasing the value of the ticket by 25%.
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|Adult||£6.50 per ticket|
|Child (3-16: under3s free)||£4.50 per ticket|
|Family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 &3)||£19.00 per ticket|
- On-Site café/restaurant
- Picnic Site
- Dog Friendly
- Dogs Accepted
- Maestro accepted
- MasterCard accepted
- Visa accepted
- Family Fun
|2020 (14 Mar 2020 - 1 Nov 2020)|
* Mid-March to early November. Events held throughout the year. Refer to website for details.
- Family fun at Cogges