The city of Bath may be known around the world for its grand architecture and stunning cityscape, but there’s a natural side to it too in the shape of Bath City Farm. Visitors are always delighted to discover a traditional animal farm right in the heart of Bath, and the friendly residents always welcome visitors!
The farm is an ongoing community project that strives to sustain a green space thanks to the efforts of local people. The attraction is a great way to demonstrate how to grow food, sustainable farming methods and the importance of kindness to animals. The farm’s animals include a flock of chickens, ducks, sheep, pygmy goats, a herd of cattle, pigs and guinea fowl.
The farm is also home to ‘The Crater’, a quirky space for outdoor performance, so if you time your visit right you’ll be treated to a show as well as close encounters with the friendly animals. If you’re looking for Bath accommodation, the Royal Hotel can’t promise a flock of chickens on-site, but it can guarantee a luxurious bedroom in a historic building. Return from a day down on the farm to a hotel that dates back to 1846 and enjoy a peaceful evening.