Meet Downton Abbey's farmyard animals at Cogges Manor Farm
A place of family fun and learning and one of the idyllic settings for ITV’s Downton Abbey, Cogges is a wonderful family attraction in Oxfordshire.
The surroundings at Cogges Manor Farm will look familiar to fans of ITV period drama Downton Abbey as they form the setting for Yew Tree Farm and it's inhabitants. Pop along as part of your family holiday and see if you can recognise the animals that starred as extras in the series!
Cogges has its own fascinating 1000-year-old history; the historic farmstead is a scheduled ancient monument with Grade II listed manor house and plenty of things to see and do with kids.
The 15 acres of house and grounds include a walled garden, picnic orchard, moated island and a pleasant walk along the river Windrush. Children can feed the farm animals, explore the adventure playground or dress up in vintage clothes, with many events and activities on offer throughout the year.
Cogges Manor Farm is reopening from 3 June - please check the website through the link below for more information.
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