USEFUL INFORMATION • WHERE TO FIND US • OPENING TIMES • CONTACT DETAILS
Where to find us
Lotmead is on the Wanborough Road just outside Swindon. We’re a few minutes’ drive away from the White Hart roundabout junction where the A419 meets the A420. We are about an 2 hours drive away along the M4 from west London, 45 minutes from Oxford and 1 hour from Bristol.
Our address is:
Lotmead Farm, Wanborough, Swindon SN4 0SN
We’re now closed for the season but will reopen in late May or early June!
For all of our soft fruit and vegetable picking, we now ask for a small redeemable prepayment when you pick up your punnet.
Our adventure play area carries a small charge of £2 for children of 5 years or over, however if you’re coming multiple times across the season, our season pass offers great value.
Parking is free!
Family Day & Season Passes
Family Day Pass £6.00
Family Season Pass £25.00
Our family season passes offer the best value to so you can make the most of Lotmead this season. All passes include access to our farm activities which include:
Children’s Play Area
Small Animal Enclosure
Nature Trail and Bird Hide
Both passes offer great value for money and include access to all our activities for two adults and up to three children. Additional adults or children (aged 5 or over) will be charged at £2 per person.
Our entry fees help towards maintaining the animals and their environments, the nature trail and wetland reserve as well as generally improving all our visitor facilities and attractions.Getting about
Lotmead is spread over many acres, so here’s map to plan your visit. If you need help finding anything when you’re here, just ask a member of staff.
Please feel free to bring your well behaved dog to Lotmead provided they remain on a lead throughout their visit. Please use the bins provided to clear up any messes too!
Campers & motorhomes welcome
Britstop members who come in a Camper or Motorhome you are always welcome to stay overnight without charge unless you hook up to electricity. What could be better than to have freshly picked strawberries for breakfast?