A farm centre has created two rambling routes for visitors to take in the scenery without having to pay for farm entry.
Sacrewell Farm and Riverford Organic have developed the one and two-mile walks around the site at Thornhaugh with the help of a £1,000 grant from Peterborough City Council.
The rambles start at the farm centre reception and pass the Riverford offices. It allows visitors to see parts of the farm which have been previously unseen.
Sacrewell spokesman Megan Horner said: “The history of the farm is fascinating and the ever-changing landscape will keep people coming back. What may be a field of cabbages one year could easily be filled with sheep the following.”
Free route maps are available at the farm reception.