Open daily (except Christmas, Boxing and New Year's Days) from 10am until 5:30pm (3:30pm on Christmas and New Year's Eves).
Weekends and school holidays:
Children under 2:
Weekdays in term time:
Children under 2:
Group rates and season tickets also available, see the Farm's website for details
Odds Farm is an educational and leisure facility for all the family. It is an all-weather attraction, with numerous indoor and outdoor play areas and activities. The daily programme of activities and events varies with the seasons, and the activities are designed to be fun, educational, and hands-on wherever possible. The Farm is home to many rare breeds and other animals. The collection includes horses, sheep, pigs, cows, goats, poultry, rabbits, guinea pigs and much more.
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Tea Room serves hot and cold food, drinks and snacks
Kiosks and Ice Cream stands at peak times
Indoor & outdoor picnic areas
Numerous indoor and outdoor play areas: heated play barn with soft play area, log play area, real tractors to play on, sand pits, bale climb, ride on tractors, super blackboard and much more.
Baby changing facilities, bottle warming microwave, high chairs, baby food jars sold in the 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.
Highland and British White Cattle,
Castlemilk Moorit, Greyface Dartmoor, and Whitefaced Woodland Sheep,
Bagot and Pygmy Goats,
Daily programme of activities, demonstrations and events, including Sheep racing, goat show, piggy's tea time, milking demonstrations, lamb bottle feeding, sheep shearing. Programme varies through the year; see the Farm's website for details.
How To Get There:
Odds Farm is located in Wooburn Common in Buckinghamshire, near Beaconsfield and just off the M40.
Leave at junction 2. At this roundabout take the A355 north towards Beaconsfield. At the next roundabout turn left onto the A40, then follow this road into and through Beaconsfield Old Town, towards High Wycombe. After crossing two further roundabouts, you will pass a petrol station on your left and a garden centre on your right, then after just under a further mile, turn left at the brown tourist sign for the Farm into Broad Lane, towards Wooburn Common. Follow this lane over the M40, then take the second turning left (after about 1mile) into Wooburn Common Road, towards Wooburn Common. The entrance to the Farm will then be on your left just after the Royal Standard Pub.
Follow the A355 From Slough through Farnham Common to the roundabout at junction 2 of the M40. Continue across this roundabout and on to the Farm as described above (from M40).
Follow the A355 to and into Beaconsfield, to its junction with the A40 at a roundabout. Turn right onto the A40, towards High Wycombe, and continue into Beaconsfield Old Town and on to the Farm as described above (from M40).
From High Wycombe:
Follow the A40 through Loudwater and on towards Beaconsfield. At the Tesco roundabout (junction with A4094 and M40), take the first exit and continue on the A40 towards Beaconsfield. After about a further 1 mile, continue forwards through two mini roundabouts at Holtspur, with a Harvester pub on your left, then take the next turning right at the brown tourist sign for the Farm into Broad Lane, towards Wooburn Common. Follow this lane over the M40, then take the second turning left (after about 1mile) into Wooburn Common Road, towards Wooburn Common. The entrance to the Farm will then be on your left just after the Royal Standard Pub.
Follow the A4155 to and into Bourne End. Follow the main high street (The Parade) through Bourne End, and fork left towards Wooburn Green at the mini roundabout where the A4155 splits into Cores End Road (left ) and Station Road (right). Continue onto the A4094 (which merges from the right), passing an industrial estate on your left, until you reach Wooburn Green. As you enter the village, fork right at the war memorial along the right hand side of The Green, then take the next turning right, and right again, into Windsor Hill towards Wooburn Common. This takes you over a bridge and up a steep hill. Turn right at the top into Broad Lane and then next left, at the brown bull's head tourist sign, towards Wooburn Common. The entrance to the Farm will then be on your left just after the Royal Standard Pub.
Follow the A4 east towards Taplow, then turn left at the roundabout onto the A4094 and follow it to and through Bourne End, then continue to the Farm as described above (from Marlow).
Alternatively, continue on the A4 across the Thames and its tributary, then turn left into Berry Hill (unclassified) towards Taplow village and the National Trust Cliveden Stately Home. Continue through Taplow onto Cliveden Road, and on past the entrance to Cliveden house (on your left about 2 miles from Taplow). Then take the second turning (fork) left into Sheepcote Lane, towards Wooburn Common, at the brown bull's head tourist sign. Continue through a crossroads and on to the end of Sheepcote Lane. At the T-junction turn left onto Wooburn Common Road towards Wooburn Common. The entrance to the Farm will then be on your right after about 0.5 miles, just before the Royal Standard pub.
Leave at junction 7 (Burnham), then at the roundabout turn left onto the A4 towards Maidenhead. Either follow the A4 west, through another roundabout, for about 2.5 miles to the edge of Maidenhead, then turn right at the roundabout onto the A4094 towards Bourne End and follow it to and through Bourne End, then continue to the Farm as described above (from Marlow).
Alternatively, follow the A4 west to the next roundabout, then take the third exit and immediately fork left onto Taplow Road (unclassified) towards Taplow and the National Trust Cliveden Stately Home. Continue on this road through and out of Burnham, across a crossroads and to and through Taplow to its end. At the T junction turn right onto Cliveden Road, and continue past Cliveden house to the Farm as described above (from Maidenhead, alternative route).
Data on this page last updated: Apr 13 2014