Bransby Horses

Bransby Horses is a charity and rescue centre for horses, ponies, donkeys and mules – and a great place if you’re looking for things to do in Lincolnshire.

Located in 600 acres of beautiful Lincolnshire countryside, Bransby Horses is home to more than 300 animals and is one of the UK’s largest equine charities.

At the Lincolnshire centre, animals that have experience neglect or abuse are cared for, fed, loved and exercised in order to return them to their full health. Once the animals are back to peak health, they can be adopted or re-homed on loan to specially approved places. This gives them a better life and a better future, as well as freeing up space for new animals.

During your visit to the Bransby Horses centre, you can meet some of the wonderful animals that are living there and see how they are progressing.

You also can book guided tours that take you around the centre and give you a in-depth look into equine health and lifestyle. Groups and school trips are always welcome as the centre looks to help educate visitors about the lives of their animals and the work that goes on there.

The centre also includes a gift shop and cafe, disabled access, free parking, a beautiful picnic area and a conference room with teaching facilities.

Admission is free but Bransby Horses is a charity and is therefore totally reliant upon donations for its upkeep.

Facilities:

  • Open 362 days a year*
  • 10am – 4pm
  • 4 stable yards
  • Groups and schools welcome
  • Disabled access
  • The Feedroom Cafe
  • Gift Shop
  • Picnic and Play Area

 

(*Closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day)