Welcome to Bibury Trout Farm 

Founded in 1902, Bibury Trout Farm is England's oldest working trout farm set in the historic village of Bibury, in the heart of the beautiful Cotswolds. 

Open to the public daily 

April - Sept 8am - 5pm (*6pm Fri to Sun in July and Aug) 
Mar & Oct 8am - 5pm 
Nov - Feb 8am - 4pm 
Sundays open* 9am 
Children (3+) 
2 adult & 2 or 3 children + 1kg fish food tub 
Bibury Trout Farm
October to March - Thursday to Sunday only 
10:00 - 16:00 
April to September - Daily 
10.00 - 16:00 
Please note these vary from our standard opening hours 
November to February - Closed 
March to October - Thursday to Sunday only 
10:00 to 16.00 
DAILY during state school half terms and holidays - 10:00 to 16:00 
Parking at Bibury Trout Farm

There is a fee-paying carpark adjacent to the farm, run by Ardpark, for visitors to the village. Parking is free for trout farm visitors provided you enter your car registration into the ipads at either entrance to the farm. Forgetting to do this will result in a fine.  

Dogs at Bibury Trout Farm

Dogs are more than welcome, as long as they are kept on a lead, and you clean up after them! 



A fascinating place to visit, great to see the fish up close and feed them as well. Its possible to fish there too and spend time with BBQs and tables set out around the grounds. Will definitely go back. Well worth visiting. 
What a nice experience walking around feeding the hundreds of trout. Then having a really nice coffee and home made cake in their cafe. 
Lovely fishing experience and super friendly & helpful staff! 
One of the most beautiful villages of England, the trout farm is an awesome place with good clean toilets even during this pandemic. 
Nice place to visit , a lot of parking space available near farm.All staff is nice and helpful. Management has really made effort to make this place a fun for families and deserve more than 5 stars. 
The kids loved the trout! There were thousands of rainbow and brown trout in different beautifully laid out ponds. Food was 60 p per bag to feed them and a handful brought them jumping out of the water. There were sections of the park where you could fish your own trout and barbecue grills set up around the ponds for you to cook on. They had a small park, and a gift shop. And you could also purchase fresh trout from their farm shop. A nice couple of hours on a nice sunny day, educational for the kids. 
Really enjoyed watching the fish leap out of the water in the picturesque surroundings of the farm. A lovely play area, cafe and shop. My two daughters 7 and 3 rated the day 9/10. Will be back to catch and BBQ one! 

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