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Attraction in Bibury

Bibury Trout Farm
Bibury
Gloucestershire

GL7 5NL | View map
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Bibury Trout Farm, in the heart of the beautiful Cotswold village of Bibury, is one of the oldest - founded in 1902 - and certainly the most attractive trout farm in the country. Primarily a working farm, breeding and rearing high quality trout for restocking angling waters, it has welcomed visitors since 1965.

Visitors facilities include a quality gift shop, fish counter, delicatessen, refreshments, plant sales, picnic and BBQ areas, play area, free car park and a small 'catch your own' fishery - all equipment is provided and staff available to help, making it ideal for children and beginners! Visitors can see Rainbow Trout in all stages of development and see the water boil as the fish are fed! Please telephone to check opening hours.

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Nearest Train Station: Kemble
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Months Open: Farm open all year
Fishery opening hours vary - please telephone to check before visiting.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £3.95
Concessions: £3.50
Children: £2.95
Family: £12.50
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Refreshments in the summer

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