Home Farm

Partial closure information

Please note that some areas of Home Farm remain closed. We are working on how to open all areas safely, please keep checking back for updates.

Currently open areas

  • Access to farm following a one way route
  • Opportunities to see rare breed farmyard animals
  • Visitor route takes in most areas of the historic farm and animal enclosures
  • Playground
  • Courtyard toilets, café, take away and gift shop

Currently closed areas

  • Sit on tractor
  • Play tractors

Home Farm at Temple Newsam

Wander through the historic cobbled yards and outbuildings and find out what life was like at Home Farm at Temple Newsam.

Come along and get up close to your favourite farmyard friends including piglets, geese, guinea pigs and loads more! On special event days enjoy traditional crafts, activities and demonstrations for all the whole family.

Conservation

Home Farm is a working farm and one of the largest rare breed centres in Europe. This means that even though Home Farm is a fun place to visit there is also a serious side to our work.

All animals at Home Farm are Native to the UK and most are classed as Rare Breeds by the Rare Breed Survival Trust. As a rare breeds centre we help to ensure the continuation of some of the oldest breeds of farm animals in the country, and provide a living legacy people can enjoy now and in the future.

During your visit you will run into all sorts of farm animals that you are unlikely to see anywhere else, including a wide variety of rare breed poultry. A full list of our rare breeds is available in our Rare Breeds at Home Farm Guide:

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