Farm Park FAQs

How much does it cost to visit the Farm Park?
Please click here to book tickets to visit the Farm Park and for all pricing information.
When is the Farm Park open?
We are open at the following times (except Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day).
March to October: 10am-5pm
November to February: 10am-4pm
The Farm Park closes early on exceptional dates, please keep an eye on our website and social media for details.
How long can I stay at the Farm Park?
You are more than welcome to stay until the Farm Park closes, there is no maximum amount of time that you can stay here for. Our farm gates close at 5pm March to October and 4pm November to February.
The Farm Park closes early on exceptional dates, please keep an eye on our website and social media for details.
I have not received my booking confirmation email, what do I do?
Our booking confirmation emails should be sent through within 10 minutes of you booking. If you have not received an email within this time, please firstly check the spam/junk folder of your emails. If you still cannot find your booking email, please email bookingsteam@barleylands.co.uk and we can investigate. If you are visiting today and you have payment confirmation, we can look into this for you at the kiosk.
I am going to be slightly early or late for my pre-booked arrival time, will I still be allowed in?
Don’t worry these things happen! You will still be allowed to access the Farm Park but please be prepared to wait a few minutes longer at the kiosk while we admit any groups that have already booked in to the timeslot that you have arrived at.
I am a carer, what ID do I need and will I be charged an entry fee?
Entry to Barleylands Farm Park will be provided free of charge for carers who are accompanying visitors whose disability necessitates their support. You will be asked for carer ID or a supporting letter at the kiosk.
I would like to bring an extra person with me but I haven’t pre-booked, what do I do?
As long as your group will contain six or less people in total and the addition meets current COVID-19 guidelines, you can purchase one or two additional tickets at the till upon arrival.
What’s on at the Farm Park today?
View our daily timetable by clicking here.
What animals do you have at the Farm Park?
We have a selection of farm animals, poultry, small animals, Birds of Prey, nocturnal creatures and exotics at Barleylands. Click here for more information.
How do I buy a Barleylands Annual Pass?
To purchase your pass online and for more information on our Annual Passes, please click here.
I am a member how can I review or renew my membership?
To review or renew your membership online, including to check your expiry date, please click here to enter our Members area. You will need your card number, last name and postcode to hand.
Do you have any upcoming events?
All our upcoming events are listed on our calendar, click here to view. You can also sign up to our email newsletter to be the first to hear about our events.
Are dogs allowed on to the Farm Park?
No, only guide dogs are permitted on to the Farm Park.
How do I book a birthday party at Barleylands?
Please click here for more information about our parties or email farmpark@barleylands.co.uk to book.
Do you accept the East Anglia Pass?
Yes, one free child may visit with a full paying adult, per pass.
Do you accept Blue Peter badges?
Yes, each child with their own Blue Peter badge may enter free of charge.
How do I book to stay at your campsite?
For more information on our campsite, our Camping FAQs and to book online, please click here.
How do I work for you and do you accept volunteers?
To apply to the Farm Park you must be over 18 and send your CV to farmpark@barleylands.co.uk. The Farm Park doesn’t offer work placements but Imperial Birds of Prey can be contacted at faith@imperialbirdofpreyacademy.com  Please contact them directly to see if they have availability for you.