Plan Your Visit

Admission Prices & Opening Times

Our Off Peak admission prices are as follows:

  • £4 for adults
  • £7 for children (3-12 yrs)
  • £6 for toddlers (1 & 2 yrs) 

Our Peak prices for admission are as follows:

  • £6 for adults
  • £8 for children (3-12 yrs)
  • £6 for toddlers (1 & 2 yrs)
Peak times are all school holidays, any events and weekends from May half term until October half term.

Entry to the Maize Maze is included in your admission ticket when it is open from 13th July – 31st October.

We are open from 10am – 4pm all year around, during may half term, the summer school holidays and weekends from May to September we are open until 5pm.

Annual Passes are available for and these can be booked online by clicking Check Availability at the top of the page.  Prices for Annual passes are: Adults – £40, Toddlers – £50, Children – £70 and a Family Pass – £190

prices may vary on events days – click for details

Café & Snack Baa

Our large onsite Café is open each day from 10am until we close.  Hot food is served until 3pm and drinks/cakes/snacks until 15 mins before closing time.  We have seating for 60 people indoors and many outdoor picnic benches.  Food purchased from the café is served in takeout containers if you are eating outside.  Picnics are welcome but must be eaten outside.

We also have the Snack Baa which is open from 12pm during school holidays, events and weekends.  From here you can get tea, coffee, ice-creams, crisps, chocolates and cold drinks.

The menu below is the main café menu, we also have specials on each day so check the boards on arrival.  

We have a full allergen list for all menu items but can also have gluten, dairy and soya free options available.

Accessibility & Facilities

At Boston park we welcome everyone! But please remember that the majority of the areas are a grass field and can be bumpy and muddy in places.

The animal trail and maize maze (when open) is accessible to wheelchairs and pushchairs and and we do have one disabled toilets plus most other toilets are large enough to get a wheelchair into.

There is a baby change area in two toilets and there are high chairs in the tearoom. We also welcome breastfeeding mums and can warm milk or baby food for you.

We can provide special rates for disabled customers and carers. Please contact us prior to your visit to discuss any special requirements and for a price. Disabled and carer tickets can now be purchased, for general admission and all events, online.

The nearest hotel to the farm is the popular Doncaster Travelodge 


Absolutely! The animals love to make new friends, no matter how old they are, so all of our activities are pushchair accessible. Remember though that it is a field, so it will be a little bumpy and muddy!

All year round! See our opening times and our events page to find out about when you can come and visit, we hope it’s soon! We do close every year between Christmas and New Year.

We do! We run a baby and toddler groups during term time. There are different groups for all children from birth up to age 11. Look on our Farmer Group section of the website for more information.

There’s plenty to do both indoors and outdoors at Boston Park Farm, but for your comfort, we’d recommend wearing sensible sturdy shoes and be prepared to go off-road a little!

Yes, we do! We can help you plan your celebration and make sure it goes off without a hitch, we can provide everything from a bouncy castle to the birthday cake itself! Visit the Birthday Party section of the website to find out more.

Yes, you can! As long as they are well behaved and kept on a short lead then your furry friend is very welcome in all areas of the farm including the cafe. The only restriction is the lambing barn during lambing season.

Unfortunately the farm is not on a bus route. The best way would be to get a taxi.

Yes we do! You get £1 discount per person. This is only available on week days during term time and cant be booked online so just turn up and pay on arrival.

Our policy for disability and carers tickets is as follows.

You qualify as disabled under the equality act 2010 if you have a physical or mental impairment that has a ‘substantial’ and ‘long-term’ negative effect on your ability to do normal daily activities. We do not ask for proof of disability but ask that you only book this ticket if you fall into this description. For a free carer we do ask for proof of carer by means of official ID or your Carer’s Allowance Letter of Award and proof of ID, or with a carers card (available from many local authorities).

Boston Park Farm
Bawtry Road
Hatfield Woodhouse
South Yorkshire

T: 01302 844818

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Boston Park Farm and Tearooms are on the A614 between Hatfield Woodhouse and Blaxton.

From the M18, take the M180 and then turn immediately off at the first junction. Turn right at the roundabout and go over the bridge. Continue, then turn left opposite the Green Tree pub. Follow the road through Hatfield Woodhouse and the maize maze is 2.5 miles further, on the right.