Spitalfields City Farm, London
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
Spitalfields City Farm brings the countryside to the city, providing education and environmental opportunities to local communities in a relaxed and enjoyable way.Add Spitalfields City Farm and other attractions to your London trip itinerary using our London itinerary planner.
Buxton Street, London, E1 5AR
Registered Charity No. 299536
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Brilliant market and lots of selection. Covered area so good in rain. Food, clothes, art and jewellery. Lots to see and smell. Reasonable prices.
Entrañable lugar para ir con niños, por sus animales de granjas, huerta, bar. Es un remanso en medio de la ciudad, muy cerca de Brick Lane. Muy recomendable.Endearing place to go with children, by their animals of farm, garden and bar. Is a haven in the middle of the city, very near Brick Lane. Highly recommended.show original
Visited here today with my two young daughters (7 and 9). As it was lunchtime, we ordered toasted sandwiches and a ciabatta from the little cafe straightaway. It was a 30 minute wait for our food whic... read more »
This is not a very big city farm and there are not as many animals as you usually get. I did love that there is a little brown mouse living in the rabbit hutch, and that they have taken in some ex factory farmed chickens. There are so many lovely snails here, be careful not to step on them as you walk through.
Timothy James Dickinson
A rare city gem for a country bumpkin-esque establishment! Cutesy farm park similar to others such as the Cotswold Farm Park in the West Midlands of England. AND IT'S FREE!
Not far off the beaten track, Spitalfields City Farm stands as an oasis in the middle of the city - a friendly and welcoming space with animals including: pigs, goats, sheep, donkeys, rabbits, bees and more. Thoroughly recommended.
It's a little oasis in the midst of the East End, and great for buying fresh farm produce, or just sitting peacefully to enjoy a cuppa while the world goes by, and leave London behind for a while. Also home of the annual Oxford Cambridge Goat Race, for an alternative take on the light blue/dark blue rivalry.
This is a great getaway from the hustle and bustle of London. Just off brick lane, this small farm has pigs, goats, donkeys and other animals and things to see.
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