When visitors come to Babylonstoren, whether it’s for lunch or a garden tour,
an entrance fee is required for access to our garden.
We are open daily, including all public holidays except Christmas Day (25 December).
Entrance fees are payable at the ticket office
R80 per adult | Children under 18 enter FREE
A once-off entry fee allows you to register for Babylonstoren Garden Membership using the free Babylonstoren app.
This will give you unlimited admission to Babylonstoren for 12 months.
Membership fee R80 per person
Free entry for RHS members
Please note: Closed on Christmas Day
Babylonstoren Garden Membership
become a member
When you arrive at the ticket office, you will receive a unique code that allows you to activate your annual Babylonstoren Garden Membership using the FREE Babylonstoren app.
Download the app and register with your unique code for unlimited admission to Babylonstoren’s garden for the next 12 months!
your membership perks
- Access your Babylonstoren Garden Membership and skip the queue on your next visit.
- Explore our diverse garden with an interactive farm map.
- Listen to an audio-guided tour of our Garden and Healing Garden on the Babylonstoren app.
- Play with Plant ID to learn more about plants on the farm and in your own garden.
- Follow the latest farm news and upcoming events.
- Book workshops, restaurant visits and spa treatments.
- Shop the latest offerings in our online shop.
WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW
This is a working farm with lots of feathery friends, so please leave your pets at home. Guide dogs welcome.
The farm is a paradise for children! Our beloved donkeys live opposite the Farm Shop.
We invite our young guests to help feed the donkeys and explore every corner of our garden.
If you're coming with a bus, please let us know in advance.
Parents with prams and guests in wheelchairs, kindly note that all pathways in the garden are gravel and in some areas covered with peach pips.
Remember to wear comfortable shoes, bring a hat in summer and wellies plus an umbrella in winter. A famous Swedish proverb holds: There ain’t no bad weather, just the wrong clothes.
Note that pathways in the garden are gravel and in some areas covered with peach pips and not ideal for high heels.
Please note that this is a working farm and it is a condition of entry that all persons enter and use the premises at their own risk, and that the owners, management, and their employees and agents will not be liable for injury or damage of any nature whatsoever, whether arising from negligence or any other cause whatsoever, which is suffered by any person who enters the premises or uses the amenities provided.