This urban community farm is home to a number of animals and birds, including goats, horses, chickens, ducks and geese, including some rare breeds. At certain times, you can also pet smaller animals like rabbits and guinea pigs. Deen City Farm is a five-acre, working farm, so there is always something to see.
Admission is free but the farm is reliant on donations so these are greatly appreciated.
See the Deen City Farm website for further information, including education schemes and volunteer opportunities.
- Farm open Tuesday - Sunday from 10am to 4.30 pm. Closed Mondays except bank holidays.
- Café open daily from 10am to 4pm.
- Farm yard
- Small pets area
- Riding school
- Pony rides*
- School holiday events
- Information centre
* Riders must be at least 8 years old, and big enough for one of the farm's riding hats to fit properly.
Some attractions are only available at certain times of day or during school holidays. See the Deen City Farm website for full details.
How to get there
Deen City Farm
39 Windsor Avenue
The farm is on the northern edge of Morden Hall Park, on the banks
of the River Wandle next to the Phipps Bridge estate. There is good access and parking facilities for
cars and coaches.
It is a 10 minute walk along Phipps Bridge Road to the footbridge
over the River Wandle, or you can walk through Morden Hall Park from Morden Road which takes about 20
The 200 bus runs from Raynes Park to Mitcham and the bus stops
for the farm are situated in Haslemere Avenue. A short walk along Homefield Gardens will bring you to
the farm via a footbridge.