Cogges Manor Farm

Cogges Manor Farm
Museum
Church Lane
Witney
Oxfordshire
 OX28 3LA
England

Website

www.cogges.org.uk/

E-mail

ops@cogges.org.uk

Telephone

01993 772602

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Cogges Manor Farm

A beautiful Oxfordshire Cotswold farmstead with a 13th century manor house, 17th century rural barns and buildings, walled garden, orchard and moat set beside the Windrush River. Rare breed animals bring the site to life, come and see our Oxford Sandy and Black pigs, ponies, pygmy goats, Indian runner ducks, sheep and chickens, cuddly guinea pigs and rabbits and see if you can spot the farm cats! At weekends and bank holidays see traditional cooking on the historic range. Swing, climb and slide on the Cogges Castle timber fort adventure play on the site of the original Saxon dwelling, make a den or go for welly walks. Soft play and sandpit for under 5s.
Stop for lunch in the cafe or take home fresh vegetables, farm eggs and hand made crafts from the farm shop.
Visit the Cogges website for more information.

Venue Type:

Historic house or home, Agricultural site, Heritage site, Garden, parklands or rural site, Archaeological site

Opening hours

22nd March 2014 - 2nd November 2014

Tues-Sun 10:30-17:00
Bank Holiday Mondays 10:30-17:00

Admission charges

Adults £5.50
Children £4
Family £17

Season Tickets
Adult £19
Child £14
Family £55

Getting there

5 Minutes walk from the centre of Witney behind Waitrose car park
S1 / S2 bus stop at the top of Church Lane
B4022 / A40 ring road (Witney East)

Additional info

Free car park just a short walk away, disabled car park next door. Cafe, toilets and disabled facilities (be aware the site is a farmyard and is uneven). Educational visits, events and workshops, and available for weddings, filming and parties.

Collection details

Agriculture, Archaeology, Decorative and Applied Art, Social History

Getting there

5 Minutes walk from the centre of Witney behind Waitrose car park
S1 / S2 bus stop at the top of Church Lane
B4022 / A40 ring road (Witney East)

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