Seasonal Fresh Air and Fun from 1st December

On the run up to Christmas why not bring your little ones to see the animals; enjoy climbing, bouncing and balancing in the outside adventure areas and play inside – letting off some festive energy.

Or, just visit our tearoom which is open to everyone. A warm welcome awaits in our bright, light and airy tearoom.

A chance to win*

Everyone who visits will have a chance to win a Complimentary Pass for 2 adults and up to 4 children

We look forward to welcoming you – whether you are visiting the farm, just passing by or out on your bike!

*Terms and conditions apply

Tickets for animal barn, indoor and outdoor play areas purchased at the entrance on the day – no booking required.

Tearoom only customers can enter the competition. Tearoom only customers cannot take part in the unscramble the letters and scavenger hunt on the Christmas Activity Sheet. These two activities are for admission ticket holders only.

Christmas Activity Sheets can be picked up from the tearoom from 1st December 2023.

Entries must be placed in the box for a chance to win.

Winners will be announced in our newsletter and on social media.

All competition entries need to be placed in the box before 3pm on Christmas Eve.

On Wednesday 6th/Thursday 7th/Friday 8th and Wednesday 13th/Thursday 14th/Friday 15th December last orders for the tearoom will be at 2pm and tearoom customers will need to vacate their table by 2:30pm.

On Christmas Eve the tearoom closes at 2pm and the farm at 3pm. We are closed from 25th December until 1st January inclusive and re-open on Tuesday 2nd January 2024 at 9:30am.

All prizes to be redeemed by 24th December 2024.

Under normal circumstances Washbrooks is open 357 days a year but if forced to close due to circumstances beyond its control, vouchers redemption date will not be extended.

Washbrooks Family Farm decision is final.

There is no cash alternative.

Fun Christmas Fact

Prince Albert Queen Victoria’s consort, is usually credited with having introduced the first Christmas tree to England in 1840. However, it was actually ‘good Queen Charlotte’, the German wife of George III, who set up the first known tree at Queen’s Lodge, Windsor in December 1800.

The tallest tree living Christmas Tree grows at Wakehurst, West Sussex which is approximately 16 miles from Washbrooks.