Bibury Trout Farm
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Bibury Trout Farm
Bibury Trout Farm is a working trout farm and is one of Britain’s oldest trout farms.
Bibury Trout Farm was founded in 1902, by the naturalist Arthur Severn, to stock the local rivers and streams with the native Brown Trout. The trout farm now covers 15 acres in Bibury.
On site there is a picnic area, cafe and fishing (summer only), and shop selling gifts, smoked/fresh trout and quality foods. Parking is available and there is an admission fee payable on entry to the Bibury Trout Farm.
What can you see at Bibury Trout Farm?
Visitors can learn about the Rainbow Trout and Brown Trout and you may even see grading in progress.
If you are visiting when the staff are feeding the fish you will see the water come alive as the fish vie for food.
There's a childrens play area to keep the little ones amused while the adults enjoy a coffee and slice of home-made cake or a light lunch in the terrace cafe.
The 'Catch Your Own' fishery gives the budding fisherman the chance to catch your own supper and is open at weekends between March and October.
At Bibury Trout Farm you can shop for souvenirs in the gift shop or purchase wines, deli products and preserves in the recently refurbished fish shop. Newspapers and magazines are also available.
Bibury Trout Farm Opening Hours
Current opening hours are :
The Trout Farm is Open Daily
April - September 8am - 6pm
March and October 8am - 5pm
November - February 8am - 4pm (closed Christmas Day)
Please telephone 01285 740215 to confirm opening times
How to find Bibury Trout Farm
Bibury Trout Farm is located in the centre of Bibury, next to Arlington Mill. Bibury is 7 miles from Cirencester and 8 miles from Burford on the B4425.
Free car parking is available
Bibury Trout Farm Admission Prices
Adults £3.95, Children £2.95, Senior Citizens £3.50,
Family (2 Adults + 2 or 3 Children) £12.50
Yearly Season Tickets £50.00
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