Visitors will be able to discover the history of the farm and more about the animals that live there - which include Norfolk black turkeys, pigs, geese, chickens, ducks, guinea fowl, sheep and Hereford cattle.
They will also be able to find out more about some of the conservation issues being tackled by rangers at Northycote.
The stroll, which will take approximately 2 hours, is free and to take part people should meet by the tea rooms in the courtyard just before 11am. Please bring suitable clothing and footwear.
Northycote Farm, which is off Underhill Lane, Bushbury, is a Tudor farmhouse steeped in history. It also has around 36.42 hectares (90 acres) of parkland, woodland and pasture.
For more details, and to reserve a place, please telephone 01902 397906. More information about Wolverhampton's parks can also be found online at Twitter and by searching for "Wolverhampton parks" on Facebook.
- released: Monday 12 August, 2013