Great Coxwell Barn is two miles south west of Faringdon between A420 and B4019. Why not join up your visit to the Barn with more fun at nearby Badbury Hill, which is less than a mile away by car, or a brisk 10 minute walk, following footpaths across fields.
No.21 pick blackberries growing in the wild
Come and collect some of Autumn's bountiful harvest hiding in the hedgerows around the barn. Savour them as you pick, or take them home and cook up some kitchen fun. Autumn is also the best time to try No.33 catch a falling leaf as they swirl down from the nearby trees.
No.25 make a grass trumpet
Make a grass trumpet from the swathes of wild grasses around the barn, and perfect your sound.
No.31 hunt for bugs
Creepy crawlies are abundant in the wild grasses, making it a great place to go bug hunting. Don't forget to pack your magnifying glass to study them in more detail, and take photos so you can identify them properly when you get home.
No.32 find some frogspawn
Why not visit in late spring and hunt for frogspawn in the nearby pond. Strike it lucky with your timing, and you may even hear the mating calls of the adults, as the spawn is laid. Later in the year, watch out for tadpoles and finally tiny frogs hopping through the grasses around the pond.
No.35 discover what's in a pond
Bring your nets and prepare for some wet and muddy fun at the pond nestled close by to the barn. What will you discover lurking amongst the weeds?
No.45 find your way with a map and compass
Pick up the Great Barn trail sheet from the Granary (alongside the Barn) and get exploring. Turn the sheet over and do the Great Coxwell Barn i-spy challenge too.
Find more challenges here