All farm animals are represented, including mixed poultry, horses, rabbits, sheep, goats, pigs, cows and a special 'pet' area. There's also a café, shop and riding school. Admission is free except for tours (donations always welcome). Farm produce for sale includes eggs, and the shop also sells pet supplies and gifts.
Prices and Opening Times
Open Tuesday - Sunday 10:00 -16:30.
Closed Monday (except for bank holiday Mondays).
Admission is free; please make a donation so that we can continue our work.
Venue Details & Map
Deen City Farm and Riding School
39 Windsor Avenue
Merton AbbeyLondonSW19 2RR
- +44 (0)20 8543 5858
- Public transport:
- Walk to the Savacentre and then follow the path by the river Wandle south until you reach the driveway to the farm.
- Payment Facilities
- Free entry
Top 5 reviews of Deen City Farm and Riding School
My boys love Deen City Farm. Its a little farm but have all the basic animals that children enjoying seeing. Their restaurante is a bit disappointing, they could do so much better there, but the farm is lovely and its FREE! more
Dean City Farm is a great place to go for a day out with the whole family or even if you just want to go get in touch with mother nature without leaving London. It costs you nothing to enter the grounds but they will appreciate any donation. The centre works entirely on the help of volunteers and donations, hence the above comment. A lot of kids take riding lessons at Dean City Farm. Dean City... more
Adorable little city Farm!
Has everythingbyou could expect from a city Farm, friendly staff, a small but varied mix of animals a gorgeous cafe & gift shop and there's always something going on!
There's a stables offering horse riding lessons, an owl who does flight experiences and little ones can even experience what it's like to beta farmer for the day. I've been going since I was little and... more
this place is adorable! there's sheep, horses, bunnies, birds, pigs (except they were missing when i was there and none of the staff knew where they were, which was slightly disturbing) cows, chickens, roosters, and other cute little animals you can look at and make loving kissy faces at.
there's a little cafe in the farm area, but it was a bit scary, so i'd recommend walking back to merton... more
This urban farm is great. It holds a dear place in my heart. I remember before it moved to Bunce's Meadows, as part of Morden Hall Park. Morden Hall Park is separatly reviewed here and is a National Trust Parkland.
Back in the day.anyway fast forward to today and this is a quaint bit of the countryside in the city. Ideal for adults to take children of all ages to see ducks, horses, geese,... more