Frequently Asked Questions

We would like you to feel confident about visiting The Pop-Up Farm and this is how the health and safety of our team members and visitors remains a top priority:

  1. We are following Covid-19 government safety advice for all visitors and staff to achieve the highest standards. We assess guidelines daily.
  2. We are only selling tickets in advance and on-line to manage numbers and mitigate queues. 
  3. We have limited guest numbers and introduced timed ticketing so that social distancing can be maintained with confidence.
  4. We have new operating procedures, cleaning schedules and one-way systems to help manage social distancing. There are several hand sanitising stations for your safety.
  5. We are card only payments for drinks and snacks as well as sunflowers and sweetcorn

Sat Nav reference- AL3 8HT

Just look for The Pop-Up Farm signs

M1 junction 9 Flamstead, next to the Harvester.

5 miles from Luton

30 miles from London

26 miles from Milton Keynes

We have has visitors from all over the country including Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire, Essex, London and Northamptonshire.

The Pop-Up Farm is a seasonal business. Times and dates vary. Please visit www.thepopupfarm.co.uk for further details on our opening dates for pumpkins

The easiest way to have any question answered that is not included here is to through social media:

Facebook: @ThePopUpFarm

Instagram: the_pop_up_farm

Email: visit@thepopupfarm.co.uk

 

YES!!! Your visit must be pre-booked through www.thepopupfarm.co.uk or via Facebook @ThePopUpFarm This will help us to manage numbers as well as minimise queuing and contact on arrival. You have 60 minutes from the start of your timed arrival slot to enter. You will not be admitted if you arrive early or late. Once inside you may stay as long as you like. On-line ticket sales only.

We would like you to feel confident about visiting The Pop-Up Farm and this is how the health and safety of our team members and visitors remains a top priority:

  1. We are following Covid-19 government safety advice for all visitors and staff to achieve the highest standards. We assess guidelines daily.
  2. We are only selling tickets in advance and on-line to manage numbers and mitigate queues. 
  3. We have limited guest numbers and introduced timed ticketing so that social distancing can be maintained with confidence.
  4. We have new operating procedures, cleaning schedules and one-way systems to help manage social distancing. There are several hand sanitising stations for your safety.
  5. We are card only payments for drinks and snacks as well as  sunflowers and sweetcorn

Yes, they will need a ticket. Prices and availability will be released once we have a firm date for opening.

Make sure you have your tickets ready on your phone or printed. A Team Member will ‘zap’ your QR code and direct you to a parking spot. If you do not have your tickets at hand, you will be directed to a separate car park and your entry will be delayed. Please do not get out of the car until your tickets have been zapped.

People generally stay at The Pop-Up Farm between 1 – 3 hours. It is up to you and you may stay as long as you like.

The Pop-Up Farm is an outdoor event. The ground may be uneven   Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear…and sunscreen

The Pop-Up Farm is an outdoor event. There is limited cover in the Red Shed.

There is an outdoor Changing Place area, but please take your child’s used nappies home.

No dogs allowed except for Guide Dogs.

The Pitstop will be open and selling icecreams, popcorn, hot drinks, water, apple juice, and a limited selection of snacks. Card payment only. No picnics allowed.

There will be a qualified First Aider on site if necessary. Identify yourself to a Team Member wearing a hi-vis vest and we will assist you as soon as possible.

There are Port-a-Loos on site which will be cleaned and sanitised regularly. There is also an outdoor Changing Place area, but please take your child’s used nappies home.

All Professional Photographers must pay the Professional Photographer Ticket for entry into The Pop-Up Farm. This does not include the ticket for your subject (s) even if you travel to the patch in the same car. The Pop-Up Farm reserves the right to determine if your shoot is of a commercial/professional nature and you will be asked to register and pay the Professional Photographer ticket if you haven’t done so already.

Flares and Drones are strictly prohibited.

Drones are forbidden at The Pop-Up Farm.

Depending on your circumstance, The Pop-Up Farm should be appropriate for most wheel chairs.  We have 12 acres of grass and sunflowers to explore. Expect uneven ground. There is limited indoor seating area.  Buggies and pushchairs are welcome. Please be aware it is a farm and the quality of the tracks may be bumpy.

 

We can’t wait to welcome you to The Pop Up Farm, before travelling please check our social media channels to ensure we are open and to keep up-to date with the latest news.