With animals big and small, growing fruit and vegetable, Stonebridge City Farm is a small slice of the countryside in the heart of the City of Nottingham!

There are a number of animals gardens and polytunnels where they grow fruit, vegetables and herbs, and even produce honey; a nature walk where you can see a number of wild birds and butterflies; and amenities such as the café, shop and toilets. The farm shop shell Stonebridge City Farm's own produce - including the honey and jams produced on site - as well as hand-crafted gifts created and donated by guests.

Contact and Getting Here

Stonebridge Road, St.Anns, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG3 2FR

0115 950 5113

Take the 25 or 27 from town; once you pass the Ice Stadium and get on to Carton Road, a park will come up on your right (King Edward’s Park); once past the park, ring the bell and you should get off the bus just before the turning to St. Mathias Road. Go left on to St. Matthias, left again on to Stonebridge Road, and keep going until you see the trees. The main entrance is past those trees.

If you’re feeling adventurous, the 39 will drop you off on Robin Hood Street at the other end of Stonebridge Road – the park to look for this time is Victoria Park, on the left!

Opening times

Open 7 days a week for 364 days of the year! (Closed for Christmas Day)

Winter (Oct 26 – Mar)

10am – 3pm

Summer (Apr – Sept)

10am – 4pm

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