Surrey Docks Farm is a working city farm and charity that enables the whole community to learn about farming, food production and the natural environment. We run a range of educational projects targeted to engage those who would benefit most, we are supported by hundreds of volunteers and are slowly reopening for the general public to visit for free.
The Thames path and our river gardens remain open every day from 10am – 4pm providing views over our duck pond and goat yard, plus access to The Barn Kiosk a pop-up café run by the Pear Tree Kitchen also open every day.
Surrey Docks Farm eggs, meat, seasonal vegetables, plants and more are all available to purchase via our online shop, with collection slots from the Rotherhithe Street gates on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings.
Visit the Farm
The Farm is now open to visit on weekday afternoons from 1:30pm-4:30pm. We’ll be welcoming schools and organised groups back in June for pre-booked morning visits.
We’ve welcomed two young calves to the Farm and we’re giving you the chance to give them their late afternoon feed. Booking in advance essential.
We’re selling farm-reared meat and eggs. Payments must be made in advance online and collection will be from the Rotherhithe Street entrance at the agreed time only.
We want to support our local food growers and are selling bagged up manure, compost and fruit/veg plants. Payment must be made in advance online and collection times stuck to in order to minimise any contact.
We rely on a dedicated team of volunteers who assist with animal care and support our community projects every day of the week. We’ve now paused recruitment and aren’t able to take on new volunteers at present.
Looking for a unique gift idea? We offer Animal Experience sessions here at the Farm. Choose to meet the goats, sheep or small animals!