Manor Farm and Country Park

Come and meet the Manor Farm pigs for a weekend of piggy fun, facts and activities! Learn all about pigs and piglets, then test your memory with our pig quiz. Drop into the farmhouse for a piggy craft activities and story time. Click here for more information.

Discover Manor Farm and Country Park for a great day out in the countryside.  Explore the Country Park with its delightful mix of woodland, riverside, open space and farmland. Visit the Manor Farm to step back in time and meet a host of friendly animals.

Situated conveniently just off the junction 8 of the M27, the country park is located on the banks of the picturesque river Hamble. Throughout the park you can find family picnic areas, children’s play equipment, BBQs to hire and public toilets.

At Manor Farm discover 100 years of farming as you take a stroll around our hands-on Farmyard. Our traditional farm animals and costumed characters are ready to greet you – watch the cows being milked, meet the rabbits and chicks or take part in a Victorian school lesson.

Wartime Farm at Manor Farm

The farm was the location for the  BBC series ‘Wartime Farm’, see for yourself where Ruth Goodman, Alex Langlands and Peter Ginn cooked and farmed as people would have done during the Second World War years.

The Café, just outside the entrance to the farm, offers a selection of food and drink from teas and ice creams to hot food. During the summer the Kiosk at Barnfield in the country park is open for ice creams and snacks.

Pay and display car parking is in operation throughout the year.Please see website for opening times and current charges.

Opening hours:

Manor Farm and the café

November to March open daily 10am – 4pm (closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day)

April to October open daily 10am – 5pm

Country Park Gate

Opens daily at 8.30am. Closing times vary with the season (see notices at park entrance).