Rookery Open Farm

Currently Closed
  • Address: Rookery Ln, Stoke Bruerne, Towcester NN12 7SJ, UK, Northampton, United Kingdom
  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +44-1604864855
  • Ticket Price: 7 GBP
  • Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
  • Tags: Family And Kids, Farm

Rookery Open Farm - Review

Rookery Open Farm is a sheep and cattle farm that has been made accessible for families, especially kids, babies and toddlers. Perfect for a family day out, visit the Rookery Open Farm on your next visit to Northampton. Attractions at this sheep farm include lambing and calving season (18th March - 23rd April), a large pets corner, water-fowl area, pigmy goats, baby calves’ incubator hatching, bouncy castles, miniature tractors, outdoor play area, outdoor and undercover sand pits, go-carts, birthday parties & other special events. A great place to help your kids learn more about our friendly mammal, this farm also has an indoor play structure with attractions like tube slides, punch bags, rollers, steeping stones, ramps, spider nets and wedges.

Rookery Open Farm Ticket Prices

  • The mentioned ticket price is for one adult.
  • Children (per person) GBP 6.00
  • Senior citizens (per person) GBP 6.00
  • Family Day Pass GBP 34.00 (2 adults & 4 children)
  • Children under 2: Free
  • For season tickets, kindly refer to their website.

How To reach Rookery Open Farm by Public Transport

  • By rented car/taxi
  • By bus - Mill Lane bus stop (Bus: 86)

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TripHobo Highlights for Rookery Open Farm

  • Rookery Open Farm Address: Rookery Ln, Stoke Bruerne, Towcester NN12 7SJ, UK, Northampton, United Kingdom
  • Rookery Open Farm Contact Number: +44-1604864855
  • Rookery Open Farm Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Rookery Open Farm Price: 7 GBP
  • Time required to visit Rookery Open Farm: 01:30 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Rookery Open Farm

  • 29.55% of people who visit Northampton include Rookery Open Farm in their plan

  • 58.33% of people start their Rookery Open Farm visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 1 Hr 30 Minutes to see Rookery Open Farm

Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Rookery Open Farm

People normally club together Elfield Nature Park and Delapre Abbey while planning their visit to Rookery Open Farm.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Rookery Open Farm Trips

Rookery Open Farm, Northampton Reviews

  • Great Place to take the kids in school holidays they will keep you busy for hours while they do the running around , you just sit and watch them ,and maybe have tea and cakes, they play on the very large indoor play area and but then you really have you show them the cows and horses, baby chicks, chickens,ducks,goats ,sheep, lambs, and rabbits ,hedgehogs and so many other animals .l can't remember. But then you walk up to the outside park and again just sit and watch them play . I can't quite remember the price but compared to other kids outing it was pretty cheap *but they only take cash, no cards * good day had by all xx HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!! my grandsons and l had a great time and that was on a very wet day !!

  • Excellent place to take the kids with a great range of animals to see and touch. Play area, cafe and indoor soft zone make it an all day visit. Seems to be missing the opportunity for kids to handle rabbits and guinea pigs, as other farms do, but it didn't make the visit any less worthwhile.

  • Could be more animals. Unable to take card payment and no atm on site. No reduce prices for late admissions neither. But overall, it's a nice small farm. It has free parking, the play area is good, with bouncy castles and sand pit.

  • Nice place, was busy as was a lovely sunny day. I like that you can interact with the animals. My nephews enjoyed the play area, indoor and outdoor. The picnic tables were covered in bird poo so it would be nice if they were cleaned every morning so they are more hygienic to eat from.

  • What a lovely place to visit. Even on a crowded bank holiday there us plenty of space generally but particular the barns. And some of the pens with the rabbits and goats you can go in and stroke them. The Kid's loved this. Plenty of soft play for the kid's to burn off energy. We've come on a hot su my day and there are plenty of picnic benches under shade. NOTE. It's cash only, they do t take cards. But then the price is so reasonable it's not a problem. We will be back!!!!

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