FAQs / Help
It is not essential to pre-book to guarantee your tickets, however booking online and in advance will save you both time and money! You can book tickets by clicking here.
In total, most of our visitors spend between 4-8 hours onsite. You can find our activity timetable here.
No, you walk around Cholderton Charlie's Farm at your own pace, starting at the shop and cafe, and ending back where you started! There are plenty of staff along the way to lend a hand or answer any questions you might have.
Unfortunately we do not have the facilities to hold or store any type of baggage or packed lunches. You will have to keep them with you, leave them in you vehicle or keep your items on the coach if permitted. You are able to pop in and out of The Farm where required, if you can produce your reciept.
You can save money when purchasing tickets online, and these can be purchased here. Discounts are offered on groups of 16 and over. Click here for more information on Group Visits.
You can check out our birthday packages here. Please call (01980) 629438 for more details and availability.
Yes - cameras and camcorders can be used on site.
We are located 12 miles north of Salisbury city centre, 4 miles east of Amesbury and Stonehenge and 13 miles west of Andover.
Yes, there is PLENTY of free parking on site. Please let us know if you are coming by coach so we can reserve space to accommodate.
No, we are extremely remote and therefore car or taxi is the best mode of transport to get to us.
Guests who have any of the below documentation are entitled to one free carer ticke per paying person (over 2's). However, the guest with the disability and any further members of their party will pay full price. Without supporting documentation you will be required to pay the full price general admission. You will be asked to show your documentation to a member of our reception team on arrival.
- Disability Living Allowance or Attendance Allowance award letter (dated within the last 12 months).
- Personal Independence Payment letter (dated within the last 12 months).
- A current and valid Blue Badge.
- Letter from GP or consultant (dated within the last 12 months) confirming the need for a full time carer. This does not need to be a letter of diagnosis.
For visitors who require more than one carer we ask that you bring documentation to support this.
Yes, there is are two baby changing rooms both in the shop and cafe area and down on the farm. We also have access to a microwave in the Hostel or jugs of hot water upon request. We also welcome breastfeeding mums throughout the farm, and if they require a private space, we will do all we can to provide this (subject to availibility).
There is pushchair access throughout, however please expect to see typical farm terrain which can be more challenging during wet weather. We ask that pushchairs are left outisde when dining in our Cafe.
Yes, the farm is accessible and suitable for wheelchairs, however please expect to see typical farm terrain which can be more challenging during wet weather.
We only allow assistance dogs into The Farm. Assistance dogs can walk around with you and staff are on hand to look after them. If you’ve got an assistance dog, please let our staff know before you arrive. We also welcome assitance dogs who are formally "in training" and require ALL assistance dogs to wear the appropriate "working dog" attire.
Our Kitchen, Cafe & Bar is situated in the main shop area as you enter the farm. Lunches and light snacks, plus hot and cold drinks are available during opening hours. During busier times there may be a wait for food. On selected days a range of hot and cold snacks and refreshments are also available from The Hatch down on The Farm. There is also a selection of ice creams and cold drinks in the shop. We also have a fully licenced bar, open from 12pm. Click here for more details on our catering facilities.
Valid student ID required on the day (e.g. an NUS (aka TOTUM) card or valid university ID card. For 16-18 year olds - valid school / college ID card required). UNiDAYS is not valid. If you do not have a valid ID you will be asked to pay the difference of an adult ticket.
Yes – there is adequate free parking on site, however we ask that we are notified in advance of any coach arrivals so we can corden off a section in our car park to avoid the coach having to park in our grassy fields.
You’re welcome to bring packed lunches, but we do have our Kitchen, Cafe & Bar which is situated in the main shop area as you enter the farm. Lunches and light snacks, plus hot and cold drinks are available during opening hours. During busier times there may be a wait for food. On selected days a range of hot and cold snacks and refreshments are also available from The Hatch down on The Farm. There is also a selection of ice creams and cold drinks in the shop. We also have a fully licenced bar, open from 12pm. Click here for more details on our catering facilities.