Manor Farm opened to the public in 1994 and has developed a range of child focused activities to get youngsters learning more about the natural world around them. Kids can come and learn where eggs come from, the differences between ducks and chicks and all sorts of woodland crafts and skills. They can explore the woodlands, lakes and meadows as well as interacting with the Manor Farm animals. Many of their animals have been rescued and all are given the best possible standards of care. Manor Farm has a treasure trove of special stories about their blind goose, toothless goat and rescue donkeys to name a few!
They have also introduced children’s parties where kids can explore the farm, activities and woods for an extra special celebration. They can even climb aboard the pirate ship, race the Pedal-Karts or enjoy a donkey ride for an unforgettable birthday. The added indoor play areas mean Manor Farm is a great attraction all year round.
- Click on the vouchercloud offer of your choice
- Make a note of the code if applicable
- If given code, present it at the farm upon entry
- If not, discount is automatically included in the ticket price
If you’re a frequent Manor Farm visitor you could save money by becoming a Friend of Manor Farm. Get unlimited entry for 12 months at great prices!
Is there disability access to Manor Farm?
Yes, the majority of the farm is wheelchair accessible, including parking and toilets. More details can be found on the disabled access statement here:
It is advised to call ahead to ensure the best possible experience for users with access needs.
How do I get to Manor Farm?
Manor Farm is in East Leake, Loughborough, LE12 6LU.
East Leake is on No. 1 bus route from Nottingham to Loughborough.
East Leake rail station is between Loughborough and East Midlands Parkway.
Do I need to book Manor Farm tickets in advance?
Not at all, though tickets can be booked by phone.
Tel: 01509 852525
CLOSED (Open Bank Holiday Mondays)
Tuesdays to Fridays
10:00am - 4:00pm
10.00am - 4.00pm (winter) or 5.00pm (summer)
More details here