This working farm, covering 46 acres of farmland, first opened to the public in 1992. The popular visitor attraction now includes heavy horses, Jersey and Hereford cows, donkeys, pigs, goats and sheep.
There are also farm dogs and cats and small animals such as ferrets, guinea pigs and rabbits. A wide range of creatures, including fish and ducks, can be spotted in and around the pond (kept aerated by a wind pump).
Visitors can take a ride around the farm on a cart pulled by Tommy the Shire horse. Other attractions include daily milking demonstrations, a farm trail, play barn and an outdoor play and picnic area.
Honeysuckle Farm also has tea room and shop. Milk from the Jersey cows is used to make fresh ice cream in the Honeysuckle Farm's own creamery. This can be sampled in the cafe or purchased in tubs to take home.