Hackney City Farm packed with donkeys, pigs and chickens with full of plant vegetables and other food plants. A good visit for a family in a green area in Hackney London

Hackney City Farm in London- Adults and children will have a countryside natural feelings in the concrete jungle of London by visiting this Farm.  As a local resource, the farm offers many opportunities for learning and leisure to a wide cross-section of the community. In the commercial market, it also offers licensed office workspace to other charities, supplies fresh produce and growing mediums and sells souvenirs and toys.

Hackney City Farm attractions

It’s packed with donkeys, pigs and chickens with full of plant vegetables and other food plants. This is a great opportunity to learn new skills to live a healthier, happier life with a lower environmental impact.

Hackney City Farm history

Hackney City Farm was established in 1984 with a view to giving youngsters and local people the opportunity to experience farming. In the early 1800s, the site was occupied by farmers and market gardeners supplying fresh produce to the city of London.

But late 1880a brewery occupied the site and beer were brewed which was supplied to its own public houses in Hackney Road and nearby Bethnal Green. The water used in the brewing process was supplied by a well, still, present today (although capped) in the front garden.

Later in 1982 local people formed the farm, and kept a few animals in the nearby Covent gardens. Two years later Hackney City Farm took over its present site and was given one hundred years lease by Hackney Council

Address Car Parking and Nearest Tube to Hackney City Farm

Address: 1A Goldsmiths Row London E2 8QA. See the location in Google Map
Telephone and Email: 020 7729 6381 Email. [email protected]
Nearest Tube Train Bus: Bethnal Green Station (Central Line), Hoxton Station (East London Line). Train- Cambridge Heath Station (National Express East Anglia line). Bus- Bus numbers 55, 48, 26, 394. Please use Journey Planner of Transport for London to see how to get here
Car Parking: No Parking on site. They can arrange to park for disabled but need to phone them before.

Admission tickets and Opening hours

Admission Tickets: Free attraction.
Opening times: Daily 10 am – 4.30pm except for Monday.

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