We are easy to find next to Cannon Hall Museum about 5 miles west of Barnsley, signposted of the A635 and only 10 minutes from junction 37 of the M1.
Follow the signs for Manchester A628 then pick up the brown signs for CANNON HALL. Go past the first car parks just after the hump backed bridge and follow the OPEN FARM ONLY sign. The road bends round to the left and up the hill. The farm is a right turn signposted before the brow of the hill.
If you want to use the bus, the 92 service from Barnsley runs daily into Cawthorne village. We are then only a pleasant stroll away through the grounds of Cannon Hall. On Sundays, the 92A service operates three services directly to our own car park.
Parking is available close to the farm. Up to one hour is free for farm shop customers only. Up to two hours costs £1 and all day parking is £3. £1 of the fee paid is refundable against any purchase of £5 or more in our on site restaurants. Disabled parking is free for blue badge holders.
We can only redeem vouchers in the farm’s restaurants from The Cannon Hall Farm car park and not from other car parks on the Cannon Hall site. The Garden Centre and Country Park car parks are not owned by Cannon Hall farm.
We have space for hundreds of cars.
On bank holidays it’s best to turn up early, as the car parks fill up quickly.
Cannon Hall Farm,
Bark House Lane,