Belmont Children's Farm
- Meet all the amazing animals that call Belmont Farm their home by walking around the grounds and interacting with the smaller animals in the petting farm.
- Take a tractor tour around the grounds of the farm to see the whole area without any walking involved.
- You can even celebrate your child’s birthday at Belmont Farm with their fantastic party deal!
Get in touch with nature and bring the family down to Belmont Children’s Farm in Edgware. This urban farm has so much to see and do that will delight the whole family. From playing at the petting zoos to taking a tractor tour and exploring the wide-open space, there is so much to see and do here. You can even book an unforgettable birthday party at this community farm for kids who can’t get enough nature in their lives. The whole family will love getting a taste of country life by spending the day at this great London attraction.
Over thirty different kinds of animals call Belmont Farm their home. As you walk around the grounds, there are so many furry friends to see. There is a small herd of three gorgeous Jersey cows, as well as being known for producing the creamiest milk of all these cows are also famous for being extremely friendly and love being stroked. The two Shetland ponies stationed in the Polytunnel also love being pampered and cuddled by visitors. Don’t forget to say hello to the alpacas and sheep on site for some soft and cuddly hugs. If you come at the right time of year, usually around April and May, you may even get to see babies like lambs and piglets. This is a brilliant opportunity to teach kids about nature and the cycle of life in a fun and interactive way.
You can even purchase some animal food on site and let the gentle giants eat right out of your hand. Some animals are hungrier than others; the Shetland ponies are notorious for gobbling up the whole bag in one go!
Children will love to interact with the animals at Belmont Farm. Every day at 11am, 1pm, and 3pm all the residents at this city farm are brought out as a mini petting zoo for the public to enjoy. From bunny rabbits to ferrets and guinea pigs, there are so many furry friends to meet here. The friendly staff are on hand to help out and answer any questions you may have about the care it takes to keep these animals happy and healthy. Whatever your experience with handling animals may be, this is the perfect way for all the family to get comfortable and close with nature.
A highlight of Belmont Farm would be the Tractor Trailer Ride. Running hourly (except in winter when it runs once a day at 12.30), visitors can hop on the trailer and get a round trip in the grounds of the farm. Pass through the rolling fields and see the reindeer grazing, the duck pond is an amazing natural site filled with activity and cute birds and if you’re lucky you may pass by a training session with the horses at the sand school. The round trip takes about 15 minutes. It is recommended that visitors book their time slot in advance as places tend to fill up quickly.
For those who can’t get enough of the rural lifestyle, Belmont Children’s Farm offers a party service for young children celebrating their birthday. This package can include private farm tours, a private petting zoo session and personal Tractor andTrailer rides as well as a pony pampering session. What a brilliant way to celebrate a special day with family and friends!
What to know before you go
- Belmont Children’s Farm is open every day from 11am - 5pm.
- Belmont Farm Field Kitchen is located on site; open every day to serve light, homemade meals and drinks to all visitors.
- There are toilets, including wheelchair-accessible toilets, and baby changing facilities on site.
- Belmont Children’s Farm is wheelchair accessible; however, some of the facilities may be unsuitable for wheelchair users.
How to get there
- Belmont Children’s Farm is about an hour’s drive outside of central London depending on traffic.
- The closest tube stations are Mill Hill East and Totteridge and Whetstone (Northern line), both just a short bus ride away from the farm.
- The nearest rail station is Mill Hill Broadway, just a short bus ride away from the farm.
- The bus route 240 has a stop in walking distance of the farm.
- There is a car park on the grounds of the farm where visitors can park for free.