About the Museum
Enjoyment for the whole family at Stonehurst Farm and a warm welcome from the Duffin Family. Visitors can experience many farm activities such as: * See and touch friendly farm yard animals * Farm walks and go pond dipping * Tractor & trailer rides and Pony rides. Play areas indoor and outdoor. Home grown, free Range and organic farm produce. Motor Museum. Enjoy a great day at Stonehurst Family Farm, your authentic, friendly and fun farm park in Mountsorrel, Leicester. Stonehurst Farm is a proper working family farm where you can meet and feed the friendly animals, collect freshly laid eggs, swing in the straw barn, enjoy tractor rides, pony rides, hold baby animals, explore our nature trail and see what you can catch "pond dipping". All this and two super playgrounds, a delightful tea shop, farm shop and a fantastic motor museum! Families, friends, couples, schools, groups and birthday parties are all welcome at Stonehurst Farm. Make sure you visit us soon; a warm welcome awaits!
The Motor Museum at Stonehurst Farm has a fantastic collection of veteran, vintage and classic cars, Motor Cycles and motoring memorabilia, built up over the last 50 years. Open daily to farm visitors, exhibits include, Leicestershire's first motorised bus, 1930's period garage, motorbikes from 1911 "TT" Ariel through to classic Vincent, cars ranging from an original unrestored 1911 Wolseley, Austin 7's, Vauxhall 30-98, to 1960's sports cars. We also welcome car clubs for day and evening tours.
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Get in touch
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Stonehurst Family Farm and Museum Office
- Address: Bond Lane, Mountsorrel, Leicestershire
- Postcode: LE12 7AR
- Phone: 01509 413216
- URL: www.stonehurstfarm.co.uk
- Open Daily 9.30am - 5.00pm all year round Closed 25th December through to 2nd January There is ample parking for both coaches and cars.
Stonehurst Family Farm and Museum
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