Acton Scott Historic Working Farm
Acton Scott, Shropshire
Average visit time – 1-2 hours
Things to do at Acton Scott Historic Working Farm review
Acton Scott Farm is a historic Victorian working farm with shire horses and daily demonstrations in Acton Scott, Shropshire. The farm once featured as the setting for the BBC’s popular program ‘Victorian Farm’.
At the farm, you will see and learn about traditional 19th-century farm life. The land is worked by heavy horses which you also get to see during your visit. As well as daily activities the farm holds special annual events.
Daily demonstrations include talks from the Wheelwright, the Farrier and the Blacksmith. There’s plenty of farm animals to see including rare breeds. The farm is relatively small but provides an interesting look at how farming used to be. You can also join in daily tours around the farm.
Covid 19: Due to current restrictions not everything will be open, or it may be open differently to normal, at the attraction that you are visiting. Please consult their social media accounts, give them a call or visit their website if you can’t find the information you are looking for.
FAQ and Further Information Acton Scott Historic Working Farm
Address: Acton Scott, Church Stretton SY6 6QN, Shropshire, England. Phone: 01694 781307
Category – Farm – Indoors and Outdoors – Suitable for all ages
Is there food and drink available?
There is a cafe serving hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to bring a picnic.
What are the main things to do?
A historic working farm with shire horses, rare breed animals, daily demonstrations and tours, plus annual events. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range. An adult ticket costs £9, children 3-17 £5, under 3s are free. Other pricing options including family tickets are available.
Is there parking?
There is a car park.
When are they open?
Acton Scott is open from late March until early November. For up to date opening times please visit their website.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?
Please contact the venue
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