Hatfield Park Farm

Hatfield Park Farm covers an area of approximately 25 acres on the West side of Hatfield House. The farm shows the animals in a natural countryside setting. While walking amongst the paddocks, visitors can see donkeys, pigs, sheep, cows, goats, ponies as well as many types of ducks, chickens and geese. By taking advantage of the feeding stations, visitors can see them up close.
Children can play in the sand pits, bounce around on the tractor tyres and climb up and over the wooden tractor or take a trek along the goat pass, a play challenge in the heart of the farm.

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Events over the next 6 Months

CJ Birds of Prey, 9th August 2017, 11:00 to 16:00
CJâ??s Birds of Prey display team will be at Hatfield Park Farm for a static display of their birds of prey. The fantastic father and daughter combination that spearheads â??CJâ??s Birds of Preyâ?? has proved to be a winning formula that has developed over recent years to become one of the most popular Birds of Prey display teams in the UK. They will be located near to the Farmâ??s train station from 11am to 4pm. Normal farm admission prices apply, £5 for adults, £2.50 for children and under 3â??s are free.


Childrenâ??s theatre â?? Maxâ??s Messy Kitchen, 12th August 2017, 13:00 to 15:00
Max has always been messy, and thatâ??s not good news when a very special visitor is on his way! The King is coming to town and Max is going to make him a special cake for his birthdayâ?¦.. but he needs your help! The cakes are exploding, the muffins are melting and thereâ??s a rat on the loose! Join Max and all his friends from the neighbourhood as they try and give the King a birthday he will never forget. This brand new whacky show features puppets, magic, sing along, audience participation and lots and lots of fun!
This fun filled show is situated in the heart of Hatfield Park Farm, known as Goats Pass. Parking is available adjacent to the Farm via Georgeâ??s Gate


CJ Birds of Prey, 20th August 2017, 11:00 to 16:00
CJâ??s Birds of Prey display team will be at Hatfield Park Farm for a static display of their birds of prey. The fantastic father and daughter combination that spearheads â??CJâ??s Birds of Preyâ?? has proved to be a winning formula that has developed over recent years to become one of the most popular Birds of Prey display teams in the UK. They will be located near to the Farmâ??s train station from 11am to 4pm. Normal farm admission prices apply, £5 for adults, £2.50 for children and under 3â??s are free.


The Wind in the Willows, 24th August 2017, 14:00 to 16:00
Pack your picnics and join the boat-loving Ratty, the sensible yet curious Mole, wise old Badger and the fantastically irrepressible Toad as they embark on the adventure of a lifetime culminating in a colourful battle with the sly weasel to save Toad Hall!
Eye-catching costumes, toe-tapping music and larger than life characters promise to capture the imagination of the youngest of audience members whilst the sheer nostalgic charm of this beloved story is guaranteed to take older generations on a glorious trip down the riverbank onto memory lane. The perfect summer treat for all the family from the company that bought you last yearâ??s smash hit, The Wizard of Oz!
Performances last approx 100 mins and include a 20 min interval. You are invited to bring your own low back chairs and blankets along with picnics and refreshments, however we kindly ask that you refrain from bringing glassware. Performances will continue whatever the weather so please come prepared!
Free parking will be available in the main visitor car park which is accessed by Georgeâ??s Gate.


CJ Birds of Prey, 30th August 2017, 11:00 to 16:00
CJâ??s Birds of Prey display team will be at Hatfield Park Farm for a static display of their birds of prey. The fantastic father and daughter combination that spearheads â??CJâ??s Birds of Preyâ?? has proved to be a winning formula that has developed over recent years to become one of the most popular Birds of Prey display teams in the UK. They will be located near to the Farmâ??s train station from 11am to 4pm. Normal farm admission prices apply, £5 for adults, £2.50 for children and under 3â??s are free.