When is Occombe Farm Park & Play opening?

We are open. 10am 6pm, daily.

What are your opening hours?

We’re open every day. The opening hours of the farm shop, café and visitor attraction differ. Here are the opening times for each:

  • Occombe Farm Park & Play: every day, 10am – 6pm, until – October. 10am – 4pm, November – March. The last entry is always one hour prior.  
  • Occombe Farm Shop: Mondays – Saturdays, 9am – 5.30pm. Sundays, 10.00am – 4.00pm.
  • Occombe Farm Café: Mondays – Saturdays, 9am – 5pm. Sundays, 9am – 4pm (hot food orders until 3pm)

Opening days and times may vary seasonally, for special holidays and events. We keep our website updated with the latest times and changes to this timetable.

How do I buy a ticket for Occombe Farm Park & Play?

Note that tickets are valid for use from opening. You can buy tickets on the day at Occombe or book your tickets in advance here. We think it’s wise to book in advance. Your online ticket is valid for use, once, within three months. Here’s a link to book an advance ticket.

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Are dogs allowed?

Unfortunately, we are not able to welcome dogs to Occombe Farm Park & Play. The welfare of our animals is vitally important, which is why we don’t let dogs into the farm (apart from guide dogs with up-to-date vaccinations).

Well-behaved dogs are welcome to a dedicated area inside Occombe Farm Café and also in the outdoor seating area at the front of the café. We are unable to allow dogs into the Farm Shop but have made provision for you to leave them outside, should you wish to do so.

How big is Occombe Farm?

Occombe Farm is 6 acres (24,666 m2) of farm park fun and includes:

  • 500-metre self-guided Animal Paddocks Trail;
  • Animal Encounters Barn;
  • Indoor play barn plus outdoor play space;
  • Farm shop;
  • Farm Café with outdoor seating areas that includes a terrace and gardens;
  • A 2km nature trail;
  • Two car parks.

Is Occombe Farm open all year round?

Yes. Occombe is open every day (except for Christmas Day and Boxing Day). When Occombe Farm Park & Play opens it will be open from 10am – 6pm in the summertime (BST) and 10am – 4pm in the winter (GMT). The last entry is always one hour prior.  Occombe Farm Shop: Mondays – Saturdays, 9am – 5pm. Sundays and bank holidays, 10.30am – 4.30pm (browsing from 10am). Occombe Farm Café from 9am – 5pm (hot food orders until 3pm). Opening days and times may vary seasonally, for special holidays and events. We keep our website updated with the latest times and changes to this timetable.

Can we have a birthday party at Occombe?

We are busy working up some brilliant, fun packages for children and hope to share more details on this soon. Can we suggest signing up to our newsletter where you can register your interest and we’ll contact you when we have more details to share.

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How much is it to visit Occombe Farm?

  • Adults: £10.60 (without gift aid donations: £9.55)
  • Child (3yrs – 15yrs): £8 (without gift aid donation: £7.20) 2yrs and under are Free
  • Saver (2 adults + 2 children or 1 adult + 3 children): £33.30 (without gift aid donation: £30.20)
  • Concession (students and seniors): £9 (without gift aid donation: £8.10)
  • Occombe Annual Pass: you can gift aid this price without it costing you more!
    • Adult £28.50, Child £22.50, Concession £24.50, Saver £94

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Can I buy an Annual Pass for Farm Park & Play?

Yes. An Occombe Annual Pass is a great way to extend your visit and enjoy UNLIMITED ENTRY for a whole year, plus lots of other great benefits:

  • Includes access to Play Barn, Animals Encounters Barn & Animal Paddocks Trail.
  • Unlimited entry (during published dates and times, excluding Christmas Day & Boxing Day)
  • Be the first to know about offers, activities and promotions
  • Priority booking on events and activities
  • 10% discount in Occombe Farm Shop and Occombe Farm Café & Kiosk
  • Last entry extension times.

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How do I book a table at Occombe Farm Café?

We’re sorry but we’re unable to reserve tables at our Café. So there’s no need to book, just turn up.

Can I visit the Nature Trail at Occombe?

You are very welcome to walk around the nature trail, which is free of charge. Please note that we cannot allow access with dogs (apart from guide dogs with up-to-date vaccinations). The welfare of our animals and farm animals (that could be grazing nearby, from time to time) is vitally important. Access with dogs is therefore restricted to designated areas inside Occombe Farm Café, and within the gardens at the front.

Who owns Occombe Farm?

Occombe is managed by Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust, a local conservation charity that cares for over 1,700 acres of Torbay’s most beautiful natural spaces including Cockington Country Park, Berry Head and a host of wildlife-friendly woodlands, meadows, stunning cliffs and coastline around Torbay; for nature and for people. A visit to Occombe is a fun day out that contributes towards this work. Good times that do good!

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Will there be an offer for Registered Childminders to Occombe Farm Park & Play?

We are keen to work with our local Child Minders and do have an offer ready for when we open. This will need to be arranged on-site with our team so we can chat the offer through with you. You will need to bring along your necessary documents too. We look forward to meeting you.

Is there any concession for visitors with a disability to Occombe Farm Park & Play?

For visitors with a disability, your carer (one) is permitted to accompany you free of charge. A carer must be aged 12 years and over and capable of assisting you for the duration of your visit. Purchasing a ticket with a disabled concession requires submission of one of the following documents, at the time of purchase, in order to qualify: Disability living allowance letter, Blue badge or P.I.P payment award documentation. Regrettably, we are unable to process your concession without this.

Can I upgrade my Day Ticket to an Annual Pass?

We’ll refund your day ticket when you upgrade to an Annual Pass. This has to be done on-site and on the same day as you visit.