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Odds Farm High Wycombe – top things to do in Beaconsfield

May to October are great months for going round English glorious countryside and Odds Farm High Wycombe made a delightful dayout. A 40 minutes drive from Kensington but miles apart from mad hectic pace, this is a glorious farm and one of the best things to do in Beaconsfield with kids.

Odds Farm High Wycombe - one of the best things to do in Beaconsfield

Odds Farm High Wycombe – one of the best things to do in Beaconsfield

The weather was fabulous when we visited, so we spent most of our time outdoors, exploring the vast grounds, riding the tractor, running around and just greeting pigs, sheep, donkeys, goats and so on.


The minigolf was a hit for myself and our 4 years old, bringing me dear childhood memories and frustrating my eldest about his lack of direction. Practice is key, so will be back older and hopefully wiser and more skilled.

The fortress playground was a blast for both 4 years old and toddler; so we chose to have a picnic and bubbles at the tables just in front.


Our toddler had a crush on the Jacob seeps and kept on going back to feed and cuddle them. Regardless of sharp long horns, E just decided they were the cutest and giggled his head off when they licked him. Parents (slightly nervous at the beginning) concluded eventually is relatively fine and definitely reciprocated.

Odds farm dayout with kids: Jacob sheep & baby E

Odds Farm day out

For sunny days, there’s a beautiful sand and water playarea with cute sunchairs; great to sit back and just watch the kiddies discovering tools, diggers and getting very engaged.


Odds Farm sunchair

But Odds Farm High Wycombe makes a beautiful dayout with kids even on rainy days – there are tones of softplay inside, for various ages and physical abilities. On that occasion we only spent about 15 minutes to the disappointment of my 4 years old.

Odds Farm Park - one of the best things to do in Beaconsfield

The bunnies, chicken, goats and sheep are next door and inside and there’s lots of educational sessions for City boys like ours about milking, feeding, cuddling.

Odds farm dayout with kids: the milking

Odds Farm Park September and October weekends are fun packed and so inviting, fingers crossed for sunny balmy days! Your favourite things to do in Beaconsfield and around? Keep us posted!

Odds Farm Park - one of the best things to do in Beaconsfield with kids

For more ideas on countryside daysout and more farms within 1 hour drive, check this post. Less time to drive? Do check our list withΒ 6 fabulous gardens and gorgeous countryside within 30 minutes drive from London.

PS: Our day out was an Odds Farm High Wycombe treat; as usual pics and stories our own.

18 comments on “Odds Farm High Wycombe – top things to do in Beaconsfield

  1. Zen Babytravel
    September 9, 2017

    Country Kids

  2. Sarah Ebner (@sarahjebner)
    September 9, 2017

    This really brings back memories as we went to Odds Farm when my daughter (now 15!) was a toddler and loved it. We’ve always meant to go back, but somehow didn’t make it. It sounds as much fun now, as it did then, though I don’t remember the mini golf, which we love as a family, so can’t believe we missed. Your little one and the goats make for a lovely picture!

    • Zen Babytravel
      September 9, 2017

      Hi Sarah, wow such a time hope and sweet memories with your daughter as a toddler! These kids they grow too fast and we do not get any younger..;) Amazing to hear Odds Farm has been around for so long as it looks impeccable and newish to me. Mini golf must be then a new addition, I need to dig out a picture for you and the article. Thanks a lot for stopping by!

  3. Coombe Mill
    September 9, 2017

    Odds farm is somewhere I’ve watched grow over the years. It always reminds me of Coombe Mill on a bigger scale. You make it sound every bit as fun in real life as it looks on the website. The animals look very friendly and approachable, though I’m sure that goat is in fact a Jacobs sheep – we have a field of them and goats too.
    it sounds like they have something to keep everyone busy in all weather, though it looks a beautiful day for your visit.

    Thank you for sharing with me on #CountryKids

    • Zen Babytravel
      September 10, 2017

      Haha Fiona, you made me google Jacobs sheep and of course you are right! I guess we need to visit farms more often and I especially need to pay more attention to labels πŸ˜‰ Pleasure to link in as always!

  4. RaisieBay
    September 10, 2017

    I love taking the kids to farms like this. How cute are those goats!

    • Zen Babytravel
      September 10, 2017

      I have been corrected, Jacobs sheep! Thanks for stopping by!

  5. Joanne Brady
    September 11, 2017

    Looks like a great place for some animal fun! #Countrykids

    • Zen Babytravel
      September 12, 2017

      It is and so much more! Delightful countryside and nature as well for parents tired of the urban sights and lots of fun for kiddies! Thanks for stopping by Joanne!

  6. Mary @ Over 40 and a Mum to One
    September 12, 2017

    We love Odds Farm too, I still don’t think we’ve done everything there either. It’s a great day out #CountryKids

    • Zen Babytravel
      September 12, 2017

      Thank you Mary! I reckon it’s also a good time to go back!

  7. susankmann
    September 13, 2017

    This looks so much fun #countrykids

    • Zen Babytravel
      September 14, 2017

      Great to hear Susan and thanks for stopping by!

  8. Louise
    September 13, 2017

    Odds Farm is such a fab day out. I love the fact that there is so much to do even if the weather isn’t good. My girls love the sand and water area too πŸ™‚ #countrykids

    • Zen Babytravel
      September 14, 2017

      Hehe, great to hear the little ones are fond as well! And thanks for stopping by Louise!

  9. Emma T
    September 13, 2017

    We really liked Odds Farm too. There was a circus last year when we went. There’s lots to do

  10. Zen Babytravel
    September 14, 2017

    Oh wow Emma and a circus! Very difficult to decide how to spend the day! Thanks for stopping by!

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