Mudchute Farm and Park Free

4 TripAdvisor Traveller Rating Based on 21 reviews

Overview

The largest urban farm in the London area with 34 acres (14 hectares) of open parkland, in the heart of the Isle of Dogs. Features include horse riding, a tea shop, educational facilities, farm animals and a shop. There is also an exceptional range of plants.

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Free

Pier Street, London, E14 3HP

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+44 (0)20 7515 5901

Opening Times:

Open daily, 08:00 - 16:00.

Admission is free.

Book a taxi by app or by phone on 0844 556 0706

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Prices

Adult Ticket: Free (USD0.00)
Child Ticket: Free (USD0.00)

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Mudchute Farm and Park

Address
Pier Street
London
E14 3HP
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7515 5901
Public transport:
Tube: Mile End then bus 277, P14, D5, D6, D7;DLR: Crossharbour, Island Gardens

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Traveller Rating:

4 out of 5
Based on 21 reviews
Ranked #644

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