Educational Visits at Baylham House Rare Breeds Farm
Working livestock farm breeding endangered breeds of farm animals. Cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, alpacas and pigs. Baylham House Farm has been awarded the Quality Badge under the Government's Learning Outside the Classroom scheme. Children can meet and learn about all the farm's livestock, go home with their curiosity stimulated and gain a better understanding of man's place in, and responsibilities towards, the environment. Visit programmes can be arranged to meet the specific needs of the visiting group.
OPENING TIMES: 18 February to 31 October, Tuesday to Sunday and Bank Holiday Mondays, 1100-1700.
SUGGESTED LENGTH OF VISIT: 1.5 to 4 hours.
EDUCATIONAL VISIT FACILITIES:
Free preliminary visit for teacher, teacher and pupil resource packs (work modules customised to school's requirements), guided tours, languages spoken (French).
More than 15 paying visitors in party. Two staff free. Other adults £5.50. Children (4 to 16 years) £2.50. Children (under 4) free.
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VenueBaylham House Rare Breeds Farm
Mill Lane, Baylham, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP6 8LG
Map reference: TM 112527 Lat: 52.13227 Long: 1.08504
Signed off the B1113 between Needham Market and Great Blakenham. Marked on OS maps. OS ref TM114526. Post Code IP6 8LG.
By Public Transport:
No 88 or 87 bus from Ipswich. Get off at Baylham. Nearest railway station is Needham Market. Then take an 88 or 87 bus to Baylham.
Parking : free
Accessible by Public Transport : 2 miles (3.2 kms) from Needham Market station
The majority of farm paths are wheelchair friendly.
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