Things to do at Heads of Ayr Farm Park review
The Heads of Ayr Farm Park is in Alloway by Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland. As well as animals there is a fun park with various fun things to play on, indoors and outdoors!
There is an indoor animal zone with an extensive range of animals. The Little Critters animal barn has small animal handling sessions and you can see guinea pigs, rabbits, parrots, ferrets and more. There is also an Aztec reptile zone full of exotic creatures with lizards, snakes and more. Outdoors there are monkeys and lemurs, keep your eye out for their daily feeding times. Plus there are meerkats, otters, a wallaby walkthrough, camels, raccoons and more. Not forgetting your farmyard favourites with ponies, donkeys, goats and pigs. You can help feed their farmyard animals.
Indoors there are three giant slides, a large adventure play area with two storeys soft play. Plus a new and exciting foam cannon ball game, diggers with sand kids can move about, a combine harvester to play on and a pre-school area.
Outdoors there are many different play areas including a Buccaneer bay themed play area, a Frontier fort, Digger land diggers and bumper boats. Plus water wars, quad bikes, jumping pillows, an aerial runway and sledging. If that’s not enough there is also an activity tower, trampolines, quad and barrel ride, quacky racers, a giant sandpit and welly boot throwing. They even have a miniature railway.
Please note that a few of their activities have a small additional charge.
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FAQ and Further Information Heads of Ayr Farm Park
Is there food and drink available?
There is Roosters restaurant that serves hot and cold food and drinks. You are welcome to bring a picnic.
What are the main things to do?
Large farm park with farm animals and more exotic animals, indoor soft play, cannons, diggers, outdoor play areas, bumper boats, bouncing pillows and much more. There are toilets and a restaurant.
What are the ticket prices?
*Mid-range to Higher-priced
*Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online. *Mid-range – An adult ticket costs £12, children £10.50. Higher-priced. As well as your entrance ticket a few of their extra activities have an additional cost. These include Adult Quad Bikes (12 years, min. height restriction of 5ft): £6.00, Child Quad Bikes (7-11 years): £5.00, Bumper Boats: £2.00, Train: £2 per person, Quacky Racers: £1 per duck and Electric Tractors/Quads: £1.
Is there parking?
There is parking.
When are they open?
They are open for most of the year although outdoor areas are closed during winter weekenders (the park is closed mid-week in the winter). For up to date opening times and dates please visit their website.
Only assitance dogs are permitted.
Are they accessible?