Cogges Manor Farm began as an arable farm in the sixteenth century, as indicated by the two large barns. Methods and circumstances changes, so that by the eighteenth century the farm had moved over to animal husbandry. The course of the history of the farm is traced by the buildings and exhibits, information boards and the animals and crops.
The farm is now run by a trust and is open during the spring, summer and autumn. Click on the map on the left to go to the website for details.