Easter Holidays at Cogges

Family fun at Cogges, open every day over the spring holidays. Spot super-sized colourful eggs on the Easter trail, and see the Parlour seasonally decorated with flowers, bouquets and baskets. Try cooking and craft activities for kids in the Manor House, from cup-cake decorating to Easter bunny mask-making and paper-craft.
(Small cost of approx. £1.50 per craft activity to cover materials - you can pay on entry; please check back here for activity details soon, as times and dates may vary).

Say hello to the animals – goats, ponies, Cotswold sheep, rabbits and guinea pigs – see the hatching chicks!

Let imaginations run wild and create your own adventure with 17 acres of open space for kids to explore, adventure play fort, zip wire and trail around the old moat. Or, your little farmers can jump on a mini-tractor and buzz around the farm! Pick up a Cogges Explorer Pack with bug pot and ID Guides, and go on a minibeast hunt in the meadows. 

Discover 1000 years of stories in the historic house and grounds – fans of Downton Abbey will love looking around ‘Yew Tree Farm’.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Laura Dean
Contact Position
Ops Manager
01993772662 01993772662
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Where to go

Cogges Manor Farm
Church Lane
OX28 3LA
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Time / Date Details

When is it on
Activities each day from 1 Apr 2023 - 16 Apr 2023
Time of day


Free to season ticket holders or charged at usual admissions fee's 
£6.50 adult (£4.50 child). Under 3s free. 

Additional Information

Providing services to
0 - 4 years (pre-school)
4 - 11 years (primary school age)
11 - 16 years (secondary school age)
Young people


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