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Mary Arden's Farm

#5 of 110 things to do in Stratford-upon-Avon Features Animals
Station Rd | Wilmcote, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 9UN, England
+44 1789 338535
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  • Very good27%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
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Station Rd | Wilmcote, Stratford-upon-Avon CV37 9UN, England
+44 1789 338535
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Such a shame, We have been coming here since we had our first son 6 years ago, renewing our 12 month pass every year, today was this years first visit. Apparently animal husbandry has been deserted with many of the animals living in their own...More

Thank iandavies79
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

A wonderful day out with something for all ages. The tour of Palmer's house was fascinating, the guide was excellent, really knew her subject. We loved walking around the farm, seeing it being worked as in Tudor times. Plenty of animals and birds, and interesting...More

Thank David H
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

What a lovely afternoon we spent at the Farm. With so much to see, this attraction is well worth a visit so long as you do not take your dog. No covered parking, not even an outside cafe area where you could sit whilst other...More

Thank Peter R
ShakespeareBT, House Manager at Mary Arden's Farm, responded to this review

Thank you for your review, I'm delighted you enjoyed your afternoon at the Farm. I am sorry we can't allow dogs, other than assistance dogs, onto our premises. We would love to be able to do so but unfortunately there are health and safety issues...More

Reviewed 4 days ago

Thoroughly enjoyed the day at Mary Ardens Farm. A fun day out meeting the folk from the Tudor period. Loved the Falconry display and really enjoyed seeing the workers having their lunch and hearing about their daily lives. Beautiful buttercup meadow and rare breeds ....More

Thank 599stella
ShakespeareBT, House Manager at Mary Arden's Farm, responded to this review

Thank you for taking the time to write your review, I'm so pleased you enjoyed your visit. Don't forget your ticket is valid for a year so offers excellent value for money as you can come back as often as you like. We have some...More

Reviewed 5 days ago

Visited the farm ,met by two very helpful ladies dressed in period clothes showed us how food was prepared in those times,spent whole day looking and learning ,spoke to the falconer who gave a great demonstration of falconry with various birds.A great interactive experience ,even...More

Thank 520Jan
Reviewed 1 week ago

The farm is run according to 15th century practices, including gardening and craft skills, with a large variety of animals. A look into the past, thanks to the efforts of the very talented crew. Catch the Falconer display, followed by the Tudor Dinner, where the...More

Thank Steve W
Reviewed 1 week ago

From the herding of geese to the flaconry display with Wesley the Barn Owl, to the tour of Mary Arden's House followed by seeing the 'Tudor's' ate dinner (at 1pm) - the actors/guides really brought to life what it was like in Tudor times for...More

Thank mag1calspider
Reviewed 1 week ago

Found terrain difficult to access in wheelchair, but gave it a whirl. Best thing were the two wenches grinding grain by hand to make into ale.

Thank 456David
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The period-dressed guides really brought the visit alive. The children who were dressed in clothes of the period were really enjoying themselves, as did we.

Thank Derrick w
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We throughly enjoyed our visit. We took part in the house tour, owl display and lunch talk - these were delivered in a informative and charismatic way so these are not to be missed. We also fed animals, wondered around the buildings and had lunch....More

Thank rachel h
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when will it be open again?
20 March 2017|
Response from AngelaDin |
It opened last weekend, not sure why this website still says it is closed.
Hello. Just wanted to ask if this venue is dog friendly. Many thanks.
18 September 2016|
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Response from | Reviewed this property |
No, unfortunately no pets are allowed.
How much Is adult entry?
30 August 2016|
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Response from Rebecca N | Reviewed this property |
Hi , It's about £13. I think for about £26 you can get the pass that lets you in to 5 venues.