Things to do at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo review
Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo is located in Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire. Folly Farm is roughly a 15-minute drive from Tenby town centre. There is a full day of activities available at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo and there is something for all ages.
First of all there is the zoo element of the Park which at a leisurely pace takes around 2 ½ hours to see all the animals. Folly Farm has everything from Penguins and Giraffes to Rhinos and Meerkats. If you want to get up close to the animals there is is a look out you can enter to see the giraffes and even pet them. There is also the option (at an extra cost) to become a zoo keeper for the day and spend time feeding with Giraffes, Penguins, Rhinos or Lions.
As the name states Folly Farm also has a whole farm section where you can see and pet farm animals such as sheep, horses, cows and goats within the barn area. You can also take a tractor ride to the fields opposite Folly Farm where they have deers and alpacas. The tractor tour takes about half an hour.
There are daily timetables with close encounter activities that you can participate in as part of your ticket price. It’s best to check the timetable when you arrive to see what extra things you would like to do on the day as the timetables change frequently.
Folly Farm is also home to the UK’s largest indoor vintage fun fair. The rides are not included in your ticket price and you will need to purchase tokens to use the rides.
As well as all of the above Folly Farm also has a huge indoor soft play as well as outdoor playground areas, go-karts, diggers and a huge Ferris wheel.
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FAQ and Further Information Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
Is there food and drink available?
There is one main restaurant at Folly Farm which is indoors next to the indoor play area. There are lots of picnic areas outdoors though and Folly Farm are happy for you to bring your own food onto site.
What are the main things to do?
Large zoo with lots of different animals, experiences at an additional cost. Plus a farm with tractor ride, indoor soft play, outdoor play areas plus vintage fairground rides (at an additional cost). There are toilets on-site and a restaurant plus places to enjoy a picnic.
What are the ticket prices?
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Higher-priced – an adult ticket is just under £17 and just under £15 for a child aged 3-15 years. Under 3’s are free and other pricing options are available.
Is there parking?
There is free parking.
When are they open?
Folly Farm is open for must of the year but closes from 23 December 2020 until 02 January 2021. For up to date opening times and dates please follow the link.
Dogs are not permitted but if you ask in advance they do have kennels.
Are they accessible?
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