Cogges Manor Farm is a place where people have lived and worked for over 800 years. The site was recorded at Domesday as a flourishing village. All the features of the site, the buildings, riverside walk, archaeology, walled garden and animals tell us something about Oxfordshire's past. The restored manor house, which dates from the 13thC has period room displays and daily cooking on the Victorian kitchen range. Traditional breeds of farm animals and displays of farm machinery, seasonal demonstrations of farm work.