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For Younger Visitors

For Younger Visitors
Over 15 acres of open space with farmyard, play areas, gardens and lawns, orchards, wildlife meadows and woodland. There is lots to explore and all our animals to see (pigs, goats, ponies, sheep, chickens, ducks, guinea pigs and of course the farm cats!). You are very welcome to bring a picnic and there is ample space in the orchard, or use our picnic 'mushrooms' in the meadows by the river. The Cogges Kitchen cafe is open for outside seating from 10am to 3pm, serving hot and cold drinks, baguettes and salads, smoothies and milkshakes, ice cream, snacks and pastries. You do not have to be a visitor to the farm to come to the cafe.
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Cogges Manor Farm
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Over 15 acres of open space with farmyard, play areas, gardens and lawns, orchards, wildlife meadows and woodland. There is lots to explore and all our animals to see (pigs, goats, ponies, sheep, chickens, ducks, guinea pigs and of course the farm cats!). You are very welcome to bring a picnic and there is ample space in the orchard, or use our picnic 'mushrooms' in the meadows by the river. The Cogges Kitchen cafe is open for outside seating from 10am to 3pm, serving hot and cold drinks, baguettes and salads, smoothies and milkshakes, ice cream, snacks and pastries. You do not have to be a visitor to the farm to come to the cafe.
Great place to spend the day with your little ones. Lots of animals to see up close and places to run around, and don't forget to visit the Adventure Barn!
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Cotswold Farm Park
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Great place to spend the day with your little ones. Lots of animals to see up close and places to run around, and don't forget to visit the Adventure Barn!
Get an idea of what it would have felt like to be Gulliver in Lilliput as you explore the only Grade II listed model village in the country. Created from local Cotswold stone by highly skilled craftsmen, it is a replica of the buildings that existed in Bourton-on-the-Water in the 1930s and shows how they are being used today (as banks, shops, meeting halls etc). Delighting children and adults alike, the attention to detail in the Bourton-on-the-Water Model Village is truly admirable. From the carefully pruned-to-scale Alpine plants in the gardens, to the choirs singing in each of the village's two churches - even the tiny model of the Model Village itself - no detail is considered too small to be significant. Make the Model Village your first stop on your visit to Bourton-on-the-Water and then spot the life-size versions of each of the buildings as you explore the village afterwards.
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The Model Village
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Get an idea of what it would have felt like to be Gulliver in Lilliput as you explore the only Grade II listed model village in the country. Created from local Cotswold stone by highly skilled craftsmen, it is a replica of the buildings that existed in Bourton-on-the-Water in the 1930s and shows how they are being used today (as banks, shops, meeting halls etc). Delighting children and adults alike, the attention to detail in the Bourton-on-the-Water Model Village is truly admirable. From the carefully pruned-to-scale Alpine plants in the gardens, to the choirs singing in each of the village's two churches - even the tiny model of the Model Village itself - no detail is considered too small to be significant. Make the Model Village your first stop on your visit to Bourton-on-the-Water and then spot the life-size versions of each of the buildings as you explore the village afterwards.
Situated in the heart of rural Oxfordshire our scenic farm welcomes you and your family to come and see our animals. The Sanctuary has a 'Cuddle Corner' where adults and children (with strict adult supervision) may handle baby animals. From Rabbits and Gerbils to Emus and Goats, you can feed the beasts and cuddle the pets! We have a large playground with a Tractor, Swings, Wendy house and lots of other fun things!
Waterfowl Sanctuary & Childrens Farm
Situated in the heart of rural Oxfordshire our scenic farm welcomes you and your family to come and see our animals. The Sanctuary has a 'Cuddle Corner' where adults and children (with strict adult supervision) may handle baby animals. From Rabbits and Gerbils to Emus and Goats, you can feed the beasts and cuddle the pets! We have a large playground with a Tractor, Swings, Wendy house and lots of other fun things!
Do you believe in magic? The team at Fairytale Farm certainly do, with six fantastical zones all dedicated to play. Your little pixies can begin by paying a visit to some adorable animals, including The Four Billy Goats Gruff. Don’t worry though, there’s no troll under the bridge here! Next, wander along the Enchanted Walk before arriving in Jack’s Yard and visiting the locals in mouse town. Then, if you have the energy, round it all off at Huff Puff with jumping, swinging and climbing. What makes the farm a brilliant place for families is their focus on additional needs. Their dedicated team make sure everyone is in on the fun and everywhere is wheelchair accessible. There’s also a special sensory garden where kids can touch, smell and see an array of flowers, or listen to the trickling of the golden mermaid fountain while watching multicoloured fish glide along. Six fantastic play zones Designed for additional needs A sensory garden
Fairytale Farm
Do you believe in magic? The team at Fairytale Farm certainly do, with six fantastical zones all dedicated to play. Your little pixies can begin by paying a visit to some adorable animals, including The Four Billy Goats Gruff. Don’t worry though, there’s no troll under the bridge here! Next, wander along the Enchanted Walk before arriving in Jack’s Yard and visiting the locals in mouse town. Then, if you have the energy, round it all off at Huff Puff with jumping, swinging and climbing. What makes the farm a brilliant place for families is their focus on additional needs. Their dedicated team make sure everyone is in on the fun and everywhere is wheelchair accessible. There’s also a special sensory garden where kids can touch, smell and see an array of flowers, or listen to the trickling of the golden mermaid fountain while watching multicoloured fish glide along. Six fantastic play zones Designed for additional needs A sensory garden
A museum portraying the history of public transport in Oxford and the surrounding areas with a separate building containing Morris cars built in Oxford during the lifetime of William Morris, later Lord Nuffield. Bicycle collection. Free bus rides...more
Oxford Bus Museum
A museum portraying the history of public transport in Oxford and the surrounding areas with a separate building containing Morris cars built in Oxford during the lifetime of William Morris, later Lord Nuffield. Bicycle collection. Free bus rides...more
The water park has 15 jets, weirs for making dams and a bridge and there is a forest hut for nappy and clothes changes. Toddlers have some dedicated equipment of their own; an adventure tunnel and honeycomb springer, partner swings for swinging side by side with your best friend, a toddler nest swing and a rope and log swing. The shallow end of the splash park is closest to the toddler play equipment area. There is lots of equipment suitable for juniors with an amazing swing that has a ball joint meaning that the swing is multi directional and pivots, swings and tilts in all sorts of ways. There are junior swing bays with a variety of swings including a bird’s nest. A zip wire, a tunnel that vanishes into a mound, a Supernova roundabout, a tepee village and a storytelling chair. For the really daring there is Witney Towers! You are unlikely to have seen anything like this before as it is a bespoke item and the first of its kind. It’s super-high and full of challenges for all ages. For quieter moments there is a peace garden and some edible walls and for nature lovers, a bug scope, squirrel and bird feeders and a bug hotel.
The Leys splash park and playground
6 Station Lane
The water park has 15 jets, weirs for making dams and a bridge and there is a forest hut for nappy and clothes changes. Toddlers have some dedicated equipment of their own; an adventure tunnel and honeycomb springer, partner swings for swinging side by side with your best friend, a toddler nest swing and a rope and log swing. The shallow end of the splash park is closest to the toddler play equipment area. There is lots of equipment suitable for juniors with an amazing swing that has a ball joint meaning that the swing is multi directional and pivots, swings and tilts in all sorts of ways. There are junior swing bays with a variety of swings including a bird’s nest. A zip wire, a tunnel that vanishes into a mound, a Supernova roundabout, a tepee village and a storytelling chair. For the really daring there is Witney Towers! You are unlikely to have seen anything like this before as it is a bespoke item and the first of its kind. It’s super-high and full of challenges for all ages. For quieter moments there is a peace garden and some edible walls and for nature lovers, a bug scope, squirrel and bird feeders and a bug hotel.
Rockstar Climbing is an indoor climbing centre providing Taster Sessions for children and families, fun climbing parties, regular children's climbing club sessions for kids aged 5 and above, and also has a dedicated climbing area for children under 5. The centre boasts over 600 square meters of state-of-the-art climbing and offers safe and exhilarating climbing experiences for the whole family. If you have never climbed before, the Taster Sessions are a perfect introduction. Taster Sessions are available for anyone aged 5 years old through to adults. Parents can either watch the fun from the comfort of a sofa in the café or can join in for a truly engaging family experience. Qualified climbing coaches look after you every step of the way providing a fun and safe experience that you'll long remember. Every Saturday and Sunday, qualified instructors run kids climbing club sessions where they take part in fun climbing activities and enjoy socialising with other kids. There are sessions for 5 to 7 year olds and also for 8+ years of age. Parents get to relax with a freshly ground coffee and watch their little ones having a great time! Booking in advance is necessary for Taster Sessions, Parties and Kids Clubs to ensure your space, but you can also just turn up and climb casually as a family without booking. Simply turn up during opening hours and the friendly staff will show you around and provide you with the information you need to climb safely as a family.
Rockstar Climbing Centre
Rockstar Climbing is an indoor climbing centre providing Taster Sessions for children and families, fun climbing parties, regular children's climbing club sessions for kids aged 5 and above, and also has a dedicated climbing area for children under 5. The centre boasts over 600 square meters of state-of-the-art climbing and offers safe and exhilarating climbing experiences for the whole family. If you have never climbed before, the Taster Sessions are a perfect introduction. Taster Sessions are available for anyone aged 5 years old through to adults. Parents can either watch the fun from the comfort of a sofa in the café or can join in for a truly engaging family experience. Qualified climbing coaches look after you every step of the way providing a fun and safe experience that you'll long remember. Every Saturday and Sunday, qualified instructors run kids climbing club sessions where they take part in fun climbing activities and enjoy socialising with other kids. There are sessions for 5 to 7 year olds and also for 8+ years of age. Parents get to relax with a freshly ground coffee and watch their little ones having a great time! Booking in advance is necessary for Taster Sessions, Parties and Kids Clubs to ensure your space, but you can also just turn up and climb casually as a family without booking. Simply turn up during opening hours and the friendly staff will show you around and provide you with the information you need to climb safely as a family.
Birds of all different colours, shapes and caws have made their nest at Birdland; come and make some feathered friends for life. This is one of the largest collections of exotic birds in the UK with free-flying displays, feeding sessions and talks, as well as the England’s only breeding colony of king penguins. You can spot flamingos and pelicans or get in a flap over their Out of Africa experience. Some of the continents most curious creatures live here, in particular village weavers whose nest-building prowess is something to behold. Not everyone knows this, but dinosaurs have more in common with modern-day birds than reptiles. In fact, many of them even had feathers! Explore the similarity at Jurassic Journey where daring visitors can uncover fossils and see life-size dinos - just don’t forget to return to the present and meet guinea pigs, snakes and more at the Encounter Zone. The largest collection of exotic birds in the UK Travel back in time on a Jurassic Journey Don’t miss: Out of Africa
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Birdland Park and Gardens
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Birds of all different colours, shapes and caws have made their nest at Birdland; come and make some feathered friends for life. This is one of the largest collections of exotic birds in the UK with free-flying displays, feeding sessions and talks, as well as the England’s only breeding colony of king penguins. You can spot flamingos and pelicans or get in a flap over their Out of Africa experience. Some of the continents most curious creatures live here, in particular village weavers whose nest-building prowess is something to behold. Not everyone knows this, but dinosaurs have more in common with modern-day birds than reptiles. In fact, many of them even had feathers! Explore the similarity at Jurassic Journey where daring visitors can uncover fossils and see life-size dinos - just don’t forget to return to the present and meet guinea pigs, snakes and more at the Encounter Zone. The largest collection of exotic birds in the UK Travel back in time on a Jurassic Journey Don’t miss: Out of Africa