Cogges Manor Farm Museum
Cogges Manor Farm is a living landscape with over 1,000 years of history. The beautiful Cotswold stone manor house, farmyard and garden pay testimony to the generations of people who have worked the land and produced food here. Visitors can feed the animals, play on the adventure playground, picnic in the orchard and walk through the woods that surround the farm.
Everyone who visits Cogges for the first time is bowled over by its beauty. The Cotswold stone farm buildings grouped around the farmyard and the manor house beyond provide a tranquil setting that belies its proximity to Witney’s bustling town centre.
The Norman figure-of-eight moat in the woodland beyond has been exposed revealing two distinct islands to explore. The first is the setting for an adventure play area, based around the site of the original manor house, for children of all ages to enjoy.
Follow the trail through the woods on the second island, clamber over and under the fallen trees, build a den or look out for the badgers, squirrels, deer and bats that live there.
There is a fun soft play area in one of our stunning barns, complete with a ‘mini Cogges’, where young children can play whatever the weather. The entrance courtyard creates a welcoming space by the Café at Cogges to take in the beautiful surroundings.
Cogges is a place for everyone to enjoy.
- Regional and Miscellaneous - Tourism South East Member 2016
|2017 (18 Mar 2017 - 5 Nov 2017)|
* Cogges is open 19 March until 6 November 2016
Open every day 10am - 5pm
(last entry 4.30pm)
Manor house tours every Thursday and Friday 11.30am
|Ticket Type||Ticket Tariff|
|2 Adults and 2 Children||£19.00 per ticket|
|3-16 years||£4.50 per ticket|
|Adult||£6.50 per ticket|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.
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