Activities

Some of our activities to do onsite

With our land manager, pickler – in – chief, or self led! Our activities are seasonal. Please enquire for a full list.

Farm tours

1 hr farm & woodland tasting tour (eat the leaves as you go around!)

£7-10pp depending on group size/age

Composting workshop

Check out our composting system in the chicken coop and learn how to make your own.

£7-10pp depending on group size/age

Brewing and Cider making

We have half or full day brewing workshops using home grown hops, pear juice making, hedgerow wine workshops and many more depending on age and size of group

£60 – £75 pp depending on workshop

Grow your own

Spend time in the vegetable garden learning how to sow, grow, prune, water and try some of what we have growing. (Seasonal!)

£7-10pp depending on group size/age

Forest magic

Fun in the forest garden. Learn about what a forest garden is and why trees are amazing. 45 minutes.

£6-10 pp depending on workshop

Pickle making or pizza making

From flour to cabbages we show you how to turn what we grow into delicious and nutritious food. Our lacto-fermented pickles are also probiotic gut health boosters – helpful after all that pizza!

£10-15pp depending on group size/age

Free play

Use our obstacle course, zip wire, and top field obstacle course.

Free

Self led nature hunt

Print off these nature treasure hunts and surveys and get to know all the plants and insects that live at Sadeh.

Be a Sadeh scientist!

Free

Local activities

Things to do in the area

Lullingstone castle and world garden

Lullingstone Castle is one of England’s oldest family estates, dating back to the time of Domesday. The World Garden combines plant heritage with cutting-edge horticulture.

https://www.lullingstonecastle.co.uk/

Chislehurst caves

The caves at Chislehurst in Kent, are a labyrinth of man-made tunnels, forming a maze covering over 6 Hectares and are up to 30 metres below the homes and woodlands above.

www.chislehurst-caves.co.uk

Roman villa

Among the most outstanding Roman villa survivals in Britain, Lullingstone provides a unique all-weather family day out. Set in the attractive surroundings of the Darent Valley in Kent, the villa was begun in about AD 100, and developed to suit the tastes and beliefs of successive wealthy owners, reaching its peak of luxury in the mid-4th century. 

https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/lullingstone-roman-villa/

Eagle height birds of prey centre

Eagle Heights is now home to one of the UK’s largest Bird of Prey Centres with over 50 species. It’s also grown to become a wildlife sanctuary that houses many different species of other animals including Meerkats, Servals, other mammals, Reptiles, Birds and more!

https://www.eagleheights.co.uk/

Airjump trampoline park

14,000 square feet has been transformed into a ‘first-rate’ trampoline experience with newest park facilities for our customers, whilst bringing something to the community that everybody can enjoy from all age groups and abilities.

https://www.airjumptrampolinepark.co.uk/

Shoreham aircraft museum

The Shoreham Aircraft Museum was founded in 1978 by local enthusiasts, whose passion for the Battle of Britain period resulted in the establishment of a permanent display in 1988.

http://www.shoreham-aircraft-museum.co.uk/

Whitstable beach

Whitstable has miles and miles of beaches and we want you to take advantage of them. Make sure you bring your deck chair so you can relax and soak up some sun. Or better still, hire a Whitstable beach hut and have a barbeque on the beach and a place where you can put all your belongings when you go for a swim in the sea. Whitstable is an hours drive from Sadeh.