The Farm is open to the public at weekends and school holidays only.
Summer: 10am - 5pm
Winter: closed until February half term, then 10am - 4pm
Groups are welcome throughout the year, at any time, provided they have pre-booked.
Group rates also available, see Farm's website for details.
Broomey Croft Children's Farm is an award winning farm attraction. They pick their animals for their docile, friendly natures which means you can even feed them by hand if you want. The animal collection includes donkeys, ponies, sheep, pigs, goats, rabbits, and chickens. In addition to the animals, the Farm also provides a variety of play facilities for children. It also maintains a very high standard of cleanliness for visitors and animals; there are hand wishing facilities with warm water within the farm.
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Granary Tea Room provides a hearty selection of meals and refreshments, and even packed lunches. The Granary Tea Room is unable to accommodate pushchairs (but highchairs are available) and is also unable to take credit cards.
Outdoor and indoor picnic areas
Two outdoor play areas
Highchairs available in the Granary Tea Room,
Note: The animal pictures on this page are merely representative of this type of attraction; they do not mean that the animals can be found at this specific attraction.
Tractor trailer rides
Gift Shop with plenty to choose from at pocket money prices.
Birthday parties (see Farm's website for details).
How To Get There:
The Farm is located just 5 minutes from the M42 Junction 9.
From Cannock and A5 west:
Follow the A5 east to and into Tamworth. Follow the signs to Drayton Manor Park onto the A453 towards the town centre. Turn right (at traffic lights?) onto the A4091, still following the signs to Drayton Manor. Continue on the A4091 out of Tamworth, past the entrance to Drayton Manor, and along a short stretch of dual carriageway. About 0.5 mile beyond end of this dual carriageway, turn left into Bodymoor Heath Lane (signposted for the Farm). Turn left after just under a mile, a short distance after crossing over a canal, and follow the signs along further lanes to the Farm.
Follow the A38 south to its junction with the A5 (and M6 Toll Road). Turn left onto the A5, and continue into Tamworth and on to the Farm as described above (from Cannock).
Follow the A38 north-east to Minworth. At the roundabout where the A38 turns north, turn right (4th exit) onto the A4097 towards Curdworth and the M42. Continue through Curdworth to junction 9 of the M42.
Either turn left (1st exit) onto the A446, then right at the next roundabout onto the A4091 towards Tamworth. After about a mile, turn right into Bodymoor Heath Lane (signposted for the Farm). Turn left after just under a mile, a short distance after crossing over a canal, and follow the signs along further lanes to the Farm.
Alternatively, continue over the roundabout to the 3rd exit, onto the A4097 towards Kingsbury and its Water Park. At the next roundabout (just under 2 miles), follow the signs to the Water Park to turn left , and bear left again, onto Bodymoor Heath Lane. Continue past the entrance to the Water Park and across the motorway, then turn right and follow the signs to the Farm along further lanes.
From M42/A42 north:
Follow the A42/M42 south to Tamworth (junction 10). Then either leave the M42 here, and follow the signs to Drayton Manor Park through Tamworth and onto the A4091, then continue as described above (from Cannock); or continue on the M42 to junction 9, then turn left (1st exit from large roundabout) onto the A4097 towards Kingsbury and continue as described above (from Birmingham).
Either follow the A38 past Lichfield to the A5, and continue as described above (from Lichfield and Cannock); or follow the A444 south to join the M42, and continue as described above (from M42 north).
From A5 east:
Follow the A5 west to Tamworth, then either follow the signs to Drayton Manor Park through Tamworth and onto the A4091, then continue as described above (from Cannock); or turn left onto the M42 and continue to junction 9, and continue as described above (from M42 north).
Data on this page last updated: Apr 13 2014