Frequently Asked Questions

Fishers Farm Park is open for general admission 10am - 5pm.

We only close on Christmas Day and Boxing Day. Check out our opening times and prices here!

We strongly recommend you pre-book online. You can book online up to and including your day of visit. Please note: booking online does NOT guarantee faster entry. Book online here! On the door tickets are sold at full price.

Members  - you do not need to pre-book and as long as you have your valid membership card, you can visit us on any Sussex term-time weekday or any weekend between 10am and 5pm. Membership access is not available on bank holidays or weekdays during the Sussex school holidays.

Vouchers - If you have monetary or free admission vouchers, these cannot be redeemed online and are accepted on the door. You do not need to call ahead and are guaranteed entry with these vouchers (providing free admission and child go free vouchers are within the valid date.) Monetary vouchers do not have an expiry date.

We are a cashless venue and accept only card payments. There is a cash till available for gift shop purchases.

Splash Attack and Panning for Gemstones are closed during the Winter months. Some rides or attractions may be closed for unplanned maintenance, and without prior warning, but we work hard to ensure that this has a minimal impact for our visitors.

Soft play areas are open all day every day and are included in the price of your admission ticket.

The Lucky Horseshoe Coffee Bar is open every day serving hot and cold drinks, cakes, sandwiches and children's lunch boxes.

The Farmers Grill is open 10am to 4.30pm, serving food, hot and cold drinks (including cheeky alcoholic beverages for the grownups!) and ice creams. Including a gluten free menu. We have indoor and outdoor seating available. See our menus here. Farmers Grill may sometimes be closed on cold, quiet term time days.

Ramblers Retreat is open weekends, all day and during school holidays, serving delicious doughnuts, Marshfield Farm ice creams, whippy ice creams and ice lollies.

The Saddle Rooms Restaurant is open. We have an exciting new cosy seating area and brand new menu! Book a table online

The Splash Attack Shack is open and serving refreshing ice creams and drinks, at weekends and school holidays, during the summer months.

As vouchers can only be used on gate admission and not online, these are accepted on the day at the gate. Anyone in your party not covered by a voucher, is advised to pre-book online to save. Please note: if you have a voucher you DO NOT need to book online.

You do not need to phone ahead if you are planning to use a voucher on entry.

No, dogs are not permitted within the farm park. (Assistance dogs permitted). Please do not bring your dog and leave them in the car. As we are sure you will already be aware, this is extremely dangerous for your dog, especially on warm/hot days.

There are over 40 different rides and attractions at Fishers Farm and the majority are included in your admission.

The additional charges are as follows:
* 1 Token for: Quad Bikes, Mini Tractors and Racing Cars. (Panning for Gemstones during warmer months).
* 2 Tokens for: Pony Rides and Outlander Jeeps.

Cash is not accepted at any of these attractions. Tokens cost £1 each.

Tokens can be purchased at food outlets, reception or the token machines in the farm park.

Tokens are non-refundable

All path and access points are accessible via wheelchair and there are wheelchair accessible toilets dotted around the park. We have a room onsite with a bed that can be used for adult changing too, and we hope to invest in a hoist system in the near future for disabled visitors to use.

Yes, at reception, or online we sell monetary gift vouchers to the values of £10 and £20 in any combination you like . All are sent to you in the post, in a presentation pack along with informational leaflets about the adventure farm park. Buy gift vouchers here!

Yes. For the Health and Safety of your children we have to apply age restrictions to some of our rides. Please see below:

  • Barrel Bugs - 2 years+
  • Beacon Hill Climb - 4-10 years
  • Climbing Wall - 6 years+
  • Devils Dyke Descent - All Ages (under 5's accompanied by an adult)
  • Jungle Flume - 3 years+ (under 5's accompanied by an adult)
  • Lighthouse Slides - 3 years+
  • Merry-go-round - 2-9 years
  • Pony Rides - 2-12 years
  • Quad Bikes - 5 years+ (under 5's accompanied by an adult)
  • Sky Fall - Top Level - 8 years+, Lower Level 5 years+
  • Squirrel Scramble - 4 years+
  • Toddlers Zip Line - 3 and under
  • Tropicana Wagon Run - 4-10 years
  • Zip Line - 6 years+
  • Racing Cars - 5 years+ (under 5's accompanied by an adult)
  • Outlander Jeeps - 4 years+ (under 8's accompanied by an adult)

It takes most families a full day or more to experience all the rides and attractions that Fishers Farm has to offer, and for that reason, we do not offer a half or part-day rate.

Yes, We have ample outdoor picnic areas. Our indoor area for picnics, 'The Ploughmans Picnic Barn' is open all year.

Please note: The Ploughmans picnic barn is out of use during December for The Magic of Christmas event.

However, you do have the choice to purchase food and drink from The Farmers Grill, or hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and children's lunch bags from the Lucky Horseshoe Coffee Bar. Ramblers Retreat also serves doughnuts and ice creams during weekends and school holidays and The Splash Attack Shack serves refreshing drinks and ice creams during the summer months.

Picnics cannot be eaten in the soft play areas, if you are bringing a picnic, you will need to go onto the farm picnic areas.

No, under 16's must be accompanied by an adult aged 16+ at all times at Fishers Farm Park.

Yes. We offer a gluten-free menu throughout the year, as well as vegetarian, vegan and lactose free options. We are passionate about our food at Fishers Farm Park, and will always try our best to cater to all dietary needs. For any allergy enquiries, please email, or let us know your suggestions on our menu if you have any - we're always open to ideas!

Non-members - We strongly advise that you book your admission tickets online in order to guarantee your admission into Fishers Adventure Farm Park. A limited number of tickets can be purchased at the door, at full price.

Members - You do not need to pre-book before you visit, but you can only visit on the days specified in your Membership Terms & Conditions. If you plan to come outside of the dates specified on the members calendar, you will need to pre-book and pay the standard admission rate via our website.

Any admissions using a voucher cannot book in advance online and we have a limited number of spaces per day to allow for these admissions. You do not need to phone ahead to use vouchers.

We have first aiders who are in charge of taking first aid calls every day. As well as the Chief first aiders we have others onsite if the others are unavailable at that time.

We have a very strict NO SMOKING or vaping policy within Fishers Farm Park. Please respect other visitors by not smoking in the farm, or outside the front entrance.

All lost property is brought up to reception at the end of every day. If you think you've lost something please email to see if we have it at reception! If we have your lost item we will need your name and number so we know who will be picking it up! When emailing, please let us know the date of your visit.

Non-Members: The general admission price is chargeable for anyone aged 3 and up until 59. Anyone age 2 or 60+ pays the concessionary admission rate Look at our prices and opening times here.

Under 2's are free and do not need to be added to your booking.

All Annual Memberships/Passes are charged at the same rate for anyone age 2+.

Yes, of course! We have allocated areas for baby change which are noticeably sign posted. If you have any trouble finding them please ask one of our friendly staff to point you in the right direction!

No! We have ample free parking. We also have plenty of disabled parking bays right by the entrance.

Yes! We have one wheelchair and three mobility scooters available for customers to book and use free of charge. Please enquire at reception when you visit, or email ahead to to reserve one beforehand! Please provide the date you are coming and your name.

Yes, of course! You will just need to exit past the gift shop. If you have not been given a wristband on entry, get a wristband on your way out. Then just show your wristband at reception when you come back in to avoid being charged again.

Unfortunately we do not allow customers to feed our animals. We provide plenty of food and water for them throughout the day and ensure they are on a diet to suit their specific and individual needs. During our lambing season we do allow some of our customers to bottle feed the lambs during the daily Farm Shows.

We DO NOT accept voucher codes from external websites. We have no agreement with any other websites to authorise offering a discounted price. If you see an offer, or promise of an offer on another website, this is false so please do not purchase them.

If you see one and have the time to tell us about it, then please do, so we can ask them to remove it. Email us at Thank you in advance for your help!

The Blue Light Discount is something we hope to be able to offer again when we launch our new website (which will have the function to accept discounts and vouchers), but not something we are currently offering this year.

Membership Passes can now be used for approximately 300 days per year. The price of membership has been reduced for the launch rate of £99. The 10% discount onsite and for accompanying guests has been discontinued. Member's guests must pre-book online. We are no longer offering renewal incentive vouchers.

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