Northycote Farm, Wolverhampton was built in the 1600s and is a grade 2 listed building. It has since been restored to its former glory and is set in 90 acres of parkland, woodland and pasture. There are many farm animals, including rare breeds to see. This proves very popular with the children. Schools can visit and have guided tours, with access to a class room. There many events over the year including history tours, folk weekends, environment events, Halloween and the Christmas fayre.
The farm is surrounded by 90 acres of mature woodland, fields, the babbling Berry Brook and untouched meadowland. The 400-year-old farmhouse is open to the public on selected dates. There's also a tearoom. Sit outside in the sunshine or indoors when it’s wet-welly weather and enjoy hearty breakfasts, hot and cold lunches, drinks, beautiful cakes and snacks. There's also lots of room for picnics too.