Welcome to the farm park where children make small animal friends… A 200 year-old Cornish farmstead, perfectly restored.
Delightfully situated just a short walk along the headland, Greeb Farm is typical of the smallholdings that once dotted this part of the Cornish coastline.
Our charming child-friendly attraction is the perfect way to introduce your little ones to a lovable collection of small animals where they can say hello to our sheep, goats, rabbits, pigs, miniature ponies and even ferrets. At certain times of day, children can also get even closer to the gentlest of our little animal residents by petting and feeding them.
The old barn at Greeb Farm has been converted into a series of traditional Cornish craft workshops. So, don’t miss the opportunity to watch our wonderfully talented craftspeople at work and enjoy chatting to them. Then pick yourself a special gift or keepsake from a range of unique crafts including engraved glass, leatherwork, woodcraft, pottery and jewellery – made right here at Greeb Farm.
For operating hours, please visit our opening times page.
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Land’s End privacy statement
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