Visit Us | Goodheart Farm Animal Sanctuary

Visit Us

Thank you for your interest in visiting Goodheart Farm Animal Sanctuary in Worcestershire. 

Our Sanctuary Tours are now on hold until spring 2022, when the warmer weather arrives. Please check back here in the new year, when we’ll be releasing our new tour dates. If you have any questions, please email

Important information

Sanctuary Tour FAQs

How many people can attend per visit?

We can take bookings of 2 people minimum, 5 people maximum. 

Can you accommodate larger groups?

Smaller group visits are better for the animals themselves, as they can become scared and stressed when surrounded by a large number of people. We also feel that a smaller group size allows for a more personal experience, giving you chance to ask lots of questions about the animals and hear their individual stories.

Can I just turn up on the day?

All sanctuary visits must be pre-booked. We cannot admit any visitors who turn up without a booking.

Can I bring my dog?

To prevent our farm animals becoming stressed, we only allow Service Dogs on site during Sanctuary Visits.

Do you provide food?

We only provide tea and coffee (with plant-based milk) as part of our Sanctuary Visits. If you’re looking to enjoy some delicious vegan food while in the area, we would recommend Be the Change Foods in Worcester or CSONS in Ludlow.

What health and safety measures will be in place?

At Goodheart Animal Sanctuaries, we are committed to ensuring the safety of our staff, volunteers, and visitors, and helping to prevent the spread of COVID-19. You can therefore expect the following measures to be in place when you visit:

  • We have limited our group sizes to 5 people or fewer to keep to ‘the rule of 6’.
  • All accessible spaces are thoroughly cleaned and sanitised before and after each sanctuary visit.
  • Our staff follow hand-washing guidelines and will practise social distancing throughout the visit. We ask that all visitors wear a protective face covering during the indoor portion of the visit and make use of the hand sanitiser on offer at the entrance to our classroom.

Feel good about your visit

100% of the fee that you pay goes straight to us to aid in caring for all of our 350+ rescued residents. This means that your contribution may go towards feed bills, veterinary care, or new items of equipment and machinery to keep our sanctuary ticking.

Don’t just take our word for it… 

Read some of our latest experience reviews below:

Have you visited the sanctuary before?

We are passionate about providing the best possible visitor experience that we can – that’s why we’ve made this short survey. We want to hear your views on what we can do to improve. We would also like to take this opportunity to better understand our impact. All responses remain anonymous and your participation is entirely voluntary.

Thank you for helping us grow.