Hatfield Park Farm and Bloody Hollow Adventure Playground

Hatfield Park Farm and Bloody Hollow Adventure Playground

Hatfield Park Farm and Bloody Hollow Adventure Playground are based in the grounds of Hatfield House, a great place to spend the day as long as the weather is good. Don’t miss your chance of a tractor ride around the farm and grounds.


Come along and feed the traditional breeds of sheep and goats – we also have rare Bagot goats as seen on BBC Countryfile at Adam’s Farm. There are ducks, geese, turkeys, Hungarian Woolly pigs and cattle too!

Enjoy walking amongst the paddocks to see the animals grazing or maybe take advantage of the feeding stations and see them up close. Children can play in the sand pits, bounce around on the tractor tyres and climb up and over the wooden tractor.

If your feet get tired, there are free regular tractor rides around the farm daily as part of your Hatfield Park Farm experience.

See the blackboard at the farm entrance for details of all the activities available on the day of your visit such as daily shows, talks and demo’s on the animals given by the Hatfield Park Farm staff.


There is a miniature railway which costs extra.


The farm is next door to Bloody Hollow Adventure Playground which has a 2.5 metre high model of Hatfield House dominating the central area, which features a range of play items for all ages of children ranging from a rope bridge, aerial runway and tree house, plus all the favourites such as swings, springies and a see-saw.

Opening Times

Tuesday – Sunday 10.00am – 5.30pm (last admission 5.00pm)

The Farm is also open Bank Holidays


Adult £5.00

Child £2.00

Under 3’s FREE

Farm ticket entitles you to free tractor and trailer ride and entry to Bloody Hollow play area. There is also a miniature train ride for which there is an additional charge.

  • Buggy park
  • Baby changing facilities
  • Free parking
  • All year


  1. sarahpeston says:
    Posted July 24, 2012 at 10:26 am | Permalink

    A lovely day out in good weather the kids loved the farm, sand pit, tractor ride and adventure playground

  2. naycolman says:
    Posted April 7, 2015 at 8:28 pm | Permalink

    We has a really fun day here today! We spent about 4 – 5 hours in the farm and playground. There’s lots of space to walk around and see/feed the animals and lots of open spaces for picnics. Within the farm, there’s a sandpit to play in and a new play area called ‘Goat Pass’ made from branches.
    The adventure playground is great. It’s quite shady there which is good for hot days! There is more to do for children aged 2+ years. Less for under 2’s but still really fun.
    All in all, this is a very reasonably priced day out with lots to appeal to a range of ages.