Please read our latest COVID-19 safety measures here before your visit

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Welcome to Cogges
Visit Us

Open season is March - November, 7 days a week 
9.30am - 4.30pm

We are open for the new season

Cogges is a unique historic farm, open to the public 7 days a week from March to November. With a beautiful manor house, stunning walled garden, 17 acres of open space and friendly animal residents, it's 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. 

  • All tickets can be pre-booked online. Please also pre-book an admission time if visiting between 12th - 18th April.
  • Cafe open every day for delicious takeaway treats from 9am - 4pm, outside seating available (no ticket required to visit the cafe).
  • Picnic tables are available in the orchard near the play fort.
  • Dogs are welcome on a lead.
  • Inside areas remain closed until further notice.

If you require any further information, contact ops@cogges.org.uk

Covid-19 update

We are operating within government guidelines to prevent the spread of Covid-19. The health and wellbeing of our visitors and staff is our highest priority. We are following Government recommendations to minimise the risk of person-to-person transmission of Coronavirus (Covid-19) and we have put some new measures in place to ensure you can enjoy your time at Cogges safely. Thank you for your support and understanding. Find out more here.

Booking online ahead of your visit

You must book your ticket online ahead of your visit, and Cogges is currently operating a cashless system.

Dogs

Please note well-behaved dogs are welcome on a lead.

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Plan your visit

Plan ahead to get the most from your visit to Cogges. There is so much to do and see across our 17 acre site, so come prepared! Wear sensible clothing and footwear for the season whatever the weather. See below for public visit information, and find out about our animals, gardens and grounds.

Cogges Kitchen

The Cogges Kitchen cafe is open to the public, you don't have to buy a ticket to visit the cafe. A great selection of refreshments, coffee, cakes and pastries or baguettes and more

view of the Manor House Fromm the cafe with iced coffee

It's brought some much needed fun into our lives to visit, feed the animals, picnic and play - Mary Franklin, Witney

Getting here

Cogges Manor Farm is in the Cogges area of the pretty market town of Witney, in the east of the Cotswolds area of outstanding natural beauty and just 13 miles from Oxford.

Facilities and accessibility

Find out about our facilities and accessibility on site before you come.

What's on

We have a fantastic programme of family activities, special events and workshops throughout the year. See what's on when you visit.

Tour groups

Cogges is the perfect location for your group visit. An optional tour guide dedicated to your group (additional charge) can lead you through the changes and adaptations made at Cogges to survive over the centuries. Please note: During lockdown, we are unable to offer guided tours, but are happy to book dates in the future, restrictions permitting.