Gorgie City Farm

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Gorgie City Farm
51 Gorgie Road, Edinburgh, EH11 2LA
  • Telephone 0131 337 4202
  • Opening times Daily: 9am–4pm.
  • Seasonal times Closed 25 Dec & 1 Jan.
  • Email
  • Website www.gorgiecityfarm.org.uk
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Gorgie City Farm

This city-based farm is home to a wide range of livestock and a Pet Lodge for more exotic animals such as tortoises and chinchillas, in addition to 19 species of wild birds who nest in the area. There’s a café and play park, and a shop selling the farm’s own fresh produce. Other facilities include a workshop, wildlife garden, farm tractors and an interpretation centre, plus a full programme of supervised activities for children and adults.

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