Merton Abbey is an area in southwest London, England. It lies between South Wimbledon and Colliers Wood in the London Borough of Merton. Merton Abbey takes its name from Merton Priory, which once stood on the northern edge of the district. The area is bounded by Merton High Street to the north, the River Wandle to the west, Christchurch Road to the east and Deen City Farm to the south.
Despite the area being considered by many to be part of neighbouring Colliers Wood, most of Merton Abbey falls within Merton's "Lavender Fields" ward. The area is within the SW postcode area.
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
|Sunday||10:00 AM – 4:30 PM|
Giovanni Mazzaglia | Apr 25, 2018
My kids love to go at this farm. You can find many animals. 🐮 🐷 🐑 lama, ferret, bunnies, 🐴, owl, lamb, 🐐, 🐍, chicken, turkey, etc. Also you can buy food for the animals, you can touch them and good cleaning facilities. You can use this facility for kid's party. Horse school available, £30 per lesson.a small food area. Reasonable prices. Kids playground available as well. £2 a round with the houses. Free parking in street. Also along the farm. If you follow the river path you end up in a very nice Park. The far got an area where vegetables and plants are growing up. You can buy fruits and seeds sometimes. Make sure you leave by 5 pm. They close the gates and you can have problems with the car. Staff is very young. Lot's kids support during weekend. To finish I recommend to visit as is FREE and is not easy to find a free active in London easily. So go there if you can.
Just Fun For you | Apr 12, 2018
Small , local farm good for a day out with kids . Free of charge too. They have a shop if your children get hungry with benches to eat and a play park. They have lots of animals including ducks , chickens , cows , owls , birds, horses , pigs , goats , ferrets , rabbits , sheep , alpacas and guinea pigs. The animals are kept in good condition and are able to feed from 50p a bag of food. Edna the owl comes out flying for exerscise sometimes and Is able to stroke. They may also do pony rides for £2 for children under 7. They also regularly bring out the smaller animals , (the guinea pigs, rabbits , ferrets) and also have an area when you can get up close and hold the animals for free. It's good for a day out and situated in Morden Hall Park past the tram crossing. Suitable for kids aged 0-12 years.
Craig Liddle | Jun 6, 2018
Nice little kids 'farm' with riding school & cafe. Limited parking. Accessible on foot from Morden Hall Park via the Wandle River path.
Kwok Hoi Man | Feb 11, 2018
Free admission and a good variety of farm animals on display. Very nice little place to spend time with children. There are free and well maintained toilets facilities. There is also a baby changing wall unit too. Staff at the café were very friendly and the food there are fairly priced too. Would visit again.
claudia Canadas | May 24, 2018
I love this place, it's small but just right for my daughter. Good variety of animals and the café has a good enough selection.
Martin Wong | Jun 14, 2018
Awesome little farm, especially for kids. This place is relatively easy to get to yet nicely hidden away from the traffic. You can feed the animals, but remember to bring some change as the food pellets are dispensed from those old style Candy "insert correct change and turn to dispense" machines dotted about. There are also pony rides available but probably a good idea to check with the website to ensure what days and what times those are available if you're interested.
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