Amerton Farm

ST18 0LA

Tel: 01889 270294

Amerton Farm and Craft Centre


Amerton Farm is a great day out for all the family, no matter what age. Their aim is to provide a relaxing, pleasant environment so that everyone can enjoy their visit. Children can enjoy a visit to the Farmyard, Playbarn, Toy Shop and at weekends have a ride on the train. The Centre also includes a Craft Centre, Cook Shop, Tea Room, Bakery, Icecream shop, Amerton Cakes, Retro Sweet Shop, Studio Pottery, Garden Centre and Paint a Pot Studio.  It is also home to the British Wildlife Rescue Centre.

Billy's Farm Barn
Billy's Farm Barn has an indoor adventure play area which is great fun for children. The Playbarn is great value for money, as visitors can pay to go in at 9.30am and stay all day!!

Craft and Gift Centre

The Craft & Gift Centre offers a large retail area selling unique, unusual gifts and cards as well as decorative items for your home.

There is also a fully stocked craft and fabric area where we stock a wide range of fabrics, ribbon, thread and accessories perfect for any keen hobbyist.

Amerton Cakes and Bakery

Amerton Bakery is a family run bakery and retail outlet which was established over twenty years ago. Using traditional recipesoffering a huge range of varying products.  We bake bread, cakes, fruit pies, pasties, quiches, savoury pies and bakes.All our goods are handmade daily to the highest standards using locally sourced, fresh produce where available.In addition to our extensive range of cakes we are now able to offer a substantial range of diabetic cakes.

All their cakes are baked using fresh ingredients and they offer a variety of different flavours including vanilla, chocolate, lemon, carrot, raspberry and white chocolate, chocolate orange, red velvet, salted caramel, strawberry and champagne, almond and raspberry, coffee and fruit.

Amerton Pottery and Paint a Pot Studio
Amerton Pottery is a traditional pottery and paint a pot studio, all under one roof offering creative fun for all of the family!  The pottery stocks a wide range of stoneware, domestic pottery and terracotta plant pots plus a range of frostproof English made salt glazed stoneware.  Individual items such as the beautiful heavily pierced lamps and candle holders are simply a work of art.

Farmyard and British Wildlife Rescue Centre
The British Wildlife Rescue Centre cares for sick, injured and orphaned wildlife and also acts as a permanent home for any animals unable to be returned to the wild.

Bates Blacksmith
The blacksmith is a step back in time to the days when you could watch craftsmen at work using the large selection of tools with the forge. Jez makes items to order and it is facinating watching him at work, producing beautiful hearts to garden gates.

Amerton Food 
Finney's prides itself in serving good quality, home-made fresh food using locally sourced produce. Delicious Amerton Farm ice cream made from their own recipe, is available in an assortment of flavours. The Farm Shop has a wide range of locally produced wine, meat, cheeses and eggs and regularly holding food tasting.

Guide Prices

Free entry but a fee for the Play Barn

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Amerton is situated 1 mile east of Weston, on the A518 Stafford-Uttoxeter Road.

Public Transport Directions

Nearest railway station is Stafford, which is 7 miles away.



Booking & Payment Details

  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)


  • On-site catering


  • Children welcome


  • Free Parking

Property Facilities

  • Gift shop
  • Public toilets

Opening Times

Daily (1 Jan 2024 - 31 Dec 2024)
Monday - Sunday09:30 - 16:30
Bank Holiday09:30 - 16:30

* Last admission 16:00. Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day

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