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Children Farm

Coram's Fields

93 Guilford Street, London, London

Coram's Fields is a unique seven acre playground and park for children living in or visiting London. It has lawns for free play (and very suitable for family picnics), artificial turf sports pitches, a paddling pool, sandpits, a flying fox and other slides, a pets corner (with sheep, goats, ducks, hens and much more), a cafe, a nursery and drop-ins for under 5's as well lots of other organised activities. The Kipferl Café [run by the owners of Kipferl the Austrian delicatessen] offers Austrian coffees, tasty sandwiches, cold drinks and ice creams, delicious cakes and small hot dishes. The menu has been tailored to be fully vegetarian and childfriendly while remaining loyal to its Austrian traditions and flavours.

We strongly recommend you ring Coram Fields before you set off on your family day out, to make sure they are open and to confirm admission prices. It may also be worth visiting the website for Coram Fields, www.coramsfields.org, to see if there are any special events on the day for which you may have to book a ticket. Please also be aware that if Coram Fields hosts birthday parties, this may limit the access in the cafe/restaurant areas.

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  • Rated 5.0 / 5
      pen4, Mother of 2, Nottinghamshire
    17 Mar 2010 11:29am

    This is a great place to be hands on with animals. You are able to buy feed as you buy tickets and there are lots of stations with antibac hand cleansers and in the big barn there are sinks, adult and chils heightones. My little boy loved chasing the chickens and the ducks, he also loved stroking the goats and sheep. He even took me to wash his hands!! It is full of info and facts about the animals, so would suit older children. Bit pricy though, but worth it when you see how much they love being around the animals. We would deffinatly be going again.