Please read our latest COVID-19 safety measures here before your visit
a place for people of all ages to relax, learn and have fun.
From 12th April, the farmyard, garden, picnic and play areas, outside seating and toilet facilities will once again be open to all visitors, from 9.30am - 4.30pm. Dogs are welcome on a lead.
Find out more about all our Covid-19 safety measures.
A unique historic farm in the heart of Witney, Oxfordshire with a beautiful manor house, stunning walled garden, orchard, adventure play and friendly animal residents. We have 17 acres of open space for you to enjoy, and we welcome well-behaved dogs on a lead too!
Discover the heritage of the Cotswolds, from sheep farming to scything. You can explore the grounds on our discovery trails, or step into Yew Tree Farm of Downton Abbey.
Our new Cafe manager Cynthia launches a new take-out menu... be the first to try and tell us what you think!
Restoration work on the farm restores barns to former glory is part of the Trust's Next Steps programme for visitors and school children to enjoy, thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
We are delighted to announce an award of £61,100 granted by The National Lottery Heritage Emergency Fund
My grand-daughter has absolutely loved her Friday trips to the farm to see the goats. See you again in the Spring - Brigitte Hickman, Oxford
Our stunning 18th century barns are full of charm with the flexibility to create your own dream wedding, as well as 17 acres to explore.
Visit the real characters at Cogges: meet the goats, pigs, sheep, ducks and geese and ponies and see if you can spot the elusive farm cats!
Cafe open to all. Delicious snacks, hand-made baguettes, seasonal salads, pastries and locally roasted coffee.
Step inside our time machine and discover Cogges past to present - 1000 years of stories from the Domesday Book to Victorian farming and beyond.
Cogges benefits from the support of over 150 volunteers who help to keep our doors open. Why not get involved, share your skills and join our team.