Everything you need to prepare your visit
89 (Slade Green - Bexleyheath - Welling - Shooters Hill - Blackheath - Lewisham) and 486 (Bexleyheath - Welling - Shooters Hill - Queen Elizabeth Hospital - Repository Road - Charlton Village - New Charlton - North Greenwich). Both buses stop near the Farm gate.
Welling Station is a 20-minute walk or connects with the buses. Lewisham and Blackheath also connect with the 89 bus. Falconwood Station is about 20-minutes walk via the Green Chain Walk.
Limited parking is available during opening times.
The Trust does not charge entrance fees for individuals (up to 9 visitors), and for this reason relies heavily on visitors' donations.
Woodlands Farm is run predominantly by volunteers, so if you would like to help, please find out how by clicking here.
If you are bringing 10+ visitors, please call us to book and pay the £20 per hour we ask for self-guided visits.
Tickets & Prices
Woodlands Farm is open to visitors 9.30am to 4.30pm Tuesday to Sunday, as well as Bank Holiday Mondays.
The farm is closed on all other Mondays, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
The farm yard is accessible to wheelchairs / pushchairs however it is very bumpy. Access to the rest of the farm is limited due to it being farmland and muddy in places. Disabled toilet is available but you will need to speak to a member of staff for access when the café is not open. Dogs are not allowed on the farm except Assistance Dogs.
Castlewood Tea Room is currently closed for the winter until 13th February 2018. For more information visit www.castlewoodtearoom.co.uk