The Junior Farm

Get up close to animals in a real farmyard setting

  • Piggy’s Play Sty – Children’s Play and Party Centre          
  •  Hen House and Poultry Pens
  • Pony Yard and Stable Undercover Piggery
  • Meet our goats, rabbits, guinea pigs and sheep

Our hugely popular Junior Farm has many daily activities – feeding the rabbits, grooming the ponies, bottle feeding the spring lambs and collecting your own eggs from our henhouses. We have a School Room for school groups and Birthday parties.

The Lamb Bottle Feeding Sessions are now on daily for 11.00am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm.

 We’re running lamb bottle-feeding sessions daily at 11am, 1.30pm and 3.30pm and visitors can come along and help.  It’s fantastic fun, enjoyed by all ages.  There is also a full programme of daily activities on Junior Farm, including cuddle, grooming and feeding sessions with the lambs, goats, pigs, rabbits, chick and ponies as well as indoor play and crafts.


Entrance(under 2’s free) £6.50
Annual Season Ticket £37.50



Our Junior Farm Daily Activities, see what you can do when you visit…

Farm timetable as of  February 2017

10.00 am Junior Farm Opens – Your fun begins as a Junior farmer

11.00 am Hungry Lambs! – We need lot’s of help, they love their bottles!

11.30 am Guinea pig & Chick Cuddling – Our Rabbits, Guinea Pigs and Chicks love a cuddle

1.00 pm Piggery Lunch – Watch our pigs being fed & Learn all about them

1.30 pm Hungry Lambs again! – Come and help us with the bottle-feeding

2.00 pm Pony Care – Groom our little ponies (weather permitting)

2.30 pm Afternoon Cuddle – Get close to our fluffy Guinea Pigs & their   friends

3.00pm Munchtime for the little ones; our rabbits and guinea pigs are very hungry

3.30 pm Hungry Lambs again! – Bottle feeding fun!

4.00 pm Greedy Pygmy Goats – Tiny Goats with big appetites!

4.30 pm Piggy’s PlaySty & Bella’s Barn close

5.00 pm Junior Farm closes – please come back and see us soon

Piggy’s Play-Sty…Our brilliant indoor playbarn, is ideal for letting off steam before the next bout of farm fun. Take a look at our (very clever) panoramic picture here…..





B/Day deposit per child £6.00
Birthday parties – Box meal £13.25
                         Buffet meal £15.75
Party bags £3.75
Sandwiches for adults £3.50
Tea/ coffee £1.75
Sandwich, cake, tea/coffee £6.25
Birthday cake £25.00

We spend all year entertaining children so you can be sure your birthday party will be bursting with farmyard fun.

Your Childs Party includes entry to the Junior Farm with our junior farm favourites …

  • Feeding the lambs or calves (please ask what the timetable is at the time of the party, it does change during the year).
  • chick & guinea pig cuddle time in the small animal barn.
  • use of Piggy’s Play Sty, our stunning soft play barn .
    The fun continues in Barny’s Barn where the Kids enjoy a special party box meal .

Our Party Prices start from £13.25 per child
Your Party Host will greet & be point of contact for the day , making sure that you can enjoy the party too! They will give you, your party guests (littleones and grown-ups) a very warm welcome you to Wroxham Barns.

You can down download our Junior Farm Birthday Party leaflet 2016 here WB Party Flyer March 2017

Please note that Junior Farm is only open during weekends in January so that we can carry out our annual maintenance. Junior Farm is open everyday 10am – 4pm except Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and weekdays during January. In winter, the farm closes at 4pmPlease note that Junior Farm is only open during weekends in January so that we can carry out our annual maintenance. Entry costs are just £6.50 per person, with under 2’s free.We welcome visits by Schools and Playgroups

Keeping Safe on Junior Farm…remember that we are members on The National Farm Attractions Network and adhere to the very latest Industry Code of Practice (you can download the whole document by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page).

Important advice for pregnant women visiting Junior Farm, issued by Public Health England, Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and Health and Safety Executive
Pregnant women who come into close contact with sheep during lambing or other farm animals that are giving birth may risk their own health, and that of their unborn child, from infections that such animals can carry. You can find out more by following this link….–2

  • EDP Food & Drink award – Highly Commended
  • Click here to read the report from VisitEngland VAQAS Inspector
  • Click here to read our latest audit from the Green Tourism Business Scheme
  • Click here to read our latest inspection report for the Broads Quality Charter

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