The Farm Yard is open daily, except Mondays:
Pets Corner is open daily, including Mondays:
Free, but donations are gratefully received (and needed)!
The Mudchute Park and Farm was established in 1977 by the local Island community, on derelict land originally created from the spoil discarded during construction of the nearby Millwall Dock. It now claims to be the largest urban farm in London. Since its creation, the Mudchute has encouraged local schools to use the project to study the natural world on their doorsteps.
Facilities at the farm include a café, shop, education centre, equestrian centre, and a variety of animals to see, such as Goats, Sheep, Cattle, Pigs, Ducks, Geese, and even Llamas. The equestrian centre has a range of horses and ponies, and offers both group and private riding lessons to children and adults of all abilities.
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Cafe open Tuesday - Sunday only, with more restricted hours than the Farm. Serves a range of hot and cold meals, snacks, and refreshments.
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.
Equestrian Centre, Garden Centre, Shop
How To Get There:
The farm is located just off the A1206 on the south-eastern side of the Isle of Dogs. Look out for Pier Street on the western side of the A1206 Manchester Road, about 1 mile from its eastern junction with the A1261 near the northern end of the A12 Blackwall Tunnel.
By Public Transport
Docklands Light Railway:
The farm can be reached from the Mudchute, Crossharbour or Island Gardens stations, which are just across the Park from the farm.
Bus routes D6, D7, D8 or any service to Asda, Isle of Dogs, then walk through the Park to the farm.
Take the Jubilee Line to Canary Wharf station, then change to DLR or bus.
The farm can be reached from Greenwich via the Foot tunnel, then through Millwall and Mudchute Parks to the farm.
Data on this page last updated: Apr 1 2013