Get close to all our animals - cows, pigs, horses, sheep, lambs, piglets, chicks and calves - on a real working farm.
Our traditional Victorian farmyard is home to an important collection of rare farm breeds but you can also learn about modern farming.
For most of the year you can also see farm animals grazing the park fields - why not enjoy a real country walk?
Home Farm in Croxteth Country Park is run by Neighbourhood Services Company. For prices and opening times visit their website or call 0151 546 4662 or 07802 883 266.
Special events throughout the year let you find out more about rural life. See our What's on guide for more information.
Feeding time is at 3.45pm each day. Use your Farm and Saver tickets and come back on the day. Last admission to the farm is 4.00pm when the cows and horses are taken out to graze in the fields from 4.30pm.
When visiting Home Farm, please ensure you and your family follow our 'Farmyard Code' displayed at the farm entrance. We provide hand washing facilities with soap and water and anti-bacterial gel on the farm. If you are or think you may be pregnant please avoid contact with sheep at lambing time.
Home Farm is a Rare Breeds Survival Trust centre.
The Pony Club at Croxteth is for children and young adults that don’t own their own horses, but ride at the Croxteth Centre. Part of the national Pony Club, they take part in regular events, compete for their club, and learn stable management and other equestrian skills.