Plan Your Stay

To plan your perfect visit to Park Hall, click on the headers below to find out all the information you’ll need


Ticket Prices

Book Tickets


Entrance: £11.95 online / £13.95 on site
Entrance & Event: £12.95 online / £14.95 on site

Child ( aged 2 - 16 )

Entrance: £11.95 online / £13.95 on site
Entrance & Event: £12.95 online / £14.95 on site

Child ( under 2 )

Entrance: FREE
Entrance & Event: FREE

Senior Citizen ( 65+ )

Entrance: £10.95 online / £12.95 on site
Entrance & Event: £11.95 online / £13.95 on site


Entrance: £10.95 online / £12.95 on site
Entrance & Event: £11.95 online / £13.95 on site


( accompanying registered disabled person )

Entrance: £6.00 online / £7.00 on site
Entrance & Event: £6.50 online / £7.50 on site


Membership enables you to visit Park Hall throughout the year when Park Hall is open and provide great value for money!

Adult: £50.00

Child ( aged 2 - 16 ): £50.00

Senior Citizen ( 65+ ): £48.00

Family of four: £180.00

Gift Memberships

Opening Times


CLOSED 5th November-1 Dec

OPEN Weekends only in December plus 21 and 22 December (10am-5pm)

How to find us

Get Directions

Park Hall is easy to reach from all of the North West and North Wales.  Park Hall is just 30 minutes from Chester (A483) and 25 minutes from Shrewsbury (A5).

The full address is:
Park Hall Farm Enterprises
Park Hall
Shropshire SY11 4AS

By Car
If using SAT NAV, you’ll need to put in SY11 4AS and select either Burma Road or North Road (the one road leads to the other). 

By Rail
Nearest rail station – Gobowen (1.5 miles)

By Coach
Nearest Coach Station – Oswestry. (3miles)

Bus Route
‘Arriva’ buses route 63 or 53

The Hungry Farmer Cafe

Visit the Hungry Farmer Cafe

Each day there is a large selection of  food available in The Hungry Farmer Cafe. Allergy free choices are available. 

Menu choices include  burgers (beef,chicken, veggie), hotdogs,bacon baps, hot pies, chips and daily specials 

Cold food includes freshly made sandwiches and delicious homemade cakes.

Hot drinks and chilled drinks are available in the cafe,  and shop (cold drinks only)

Safety Guidelines

So that you can enjoy your day, here are a few simple guidelines to follow

Children must be supervised by an adult at all times 

Wash hands regularly

Please use our hand sanitiser or handwashing facilities as you enter the premises to reduce the risk of transmission by touching products or surfaces. There are hand sanitiser and handwashing facilities throughout the site

Avoid touching your face with your hands

If you need to cough or sneeze, use a tissue and bin it after use

Where possible avoid contact with vunerable individuals

Safety first – Some animals can carry diseases harmful to humans:

  • Please obey all safety notices around the farm and the advice of our staff at all times
  • Wash your own hands thoroughly, before supervising the washing of children’s hands, using the soap, water and paper towels provided at the hand washing stations following contact with animals, after playing on the play equipment and before eating or drinking
  • Do not use gels or wipes instead of washing and drying. Please use the soap, water and paper towels available at the hand washing stations around the farm
  • Supervise children at all times when on play equipment and when with animals – animals may bite
  • Height restrictions apply on various activities around the farm
  • Arms and legs must be covered and socks worn on the Drop Slide
  • Wash your hands thoroughly at home after removing dirty clothes, shoes or boots that have been worn at the farm. Any soiled clothes should be washed immediately on your return home
  • As a countryside location the ground throughout the site can be uneven, so please take care at all times
  • If you are pregnant or think you may be, avoid contact with sheep, lambs, goats or kids
Disabled Access

There is good disabled access at the ground level throughout the site.

We have Changing Places accredited disabled toilet facilities, complete with a hoist, changing couch, and a height-adjustable sink.

The upper floor has a few minor exhibits but access is by stairs only due to the nature of the Victorian Barn.

Entrance for Carers accompanying a registered disabled person is at a reduced price. The disabled person is concession rate.

Dogs Policy

We do not allow dogs on site. 

Guide dogs and support dogs are allowed on site with appropriate harness (or other recognition) To be kept on a lead at all times.