Situated in South Wales, Folly Farm’s surroundings are as picturesque as the place itself. Here, you can pet farm animals in the barnyard; admire lions, giraffes, and penguins at the zoo; and ride the vintage fairground rides. Kids can play and learn in the adventure play zones. Folly Farm is also a great rainy day destination too, thanks to plentiful indoor attractions.
Things to Know Before You Go
Folly Farm is a great choice for families with young children.
Folly Farm provides discounted entry for disabled visitors and large groups.
You can make a full day of your visit to Folly Farm; there are several bars, restaurants, cafes, and gift shops on site.
All animal attractions are accessible for those with mobility issues, but some theme park rides may not be.
How to Get There
Independent travelers have several options for getting to Folly Farm, situated just off the A478 road in Kilgetty, Pembrokeshire. The easiest way is to arrive by car, following directions from the Folly Farm website. Alternatively, those in the area can take the bus towards Tenby and get off at the Folly Farm stop.
When to Get There
Folly Farm is open throughout the year, typically from 10am until the late afternoon; exact times vary, so its best to check in advance. For the warmest weather, visit in summer; for fewer visitors, visit outside the school holidays, when the farm is busiest. Folly Farm closes over the Christmas and New Year period.
Where to Eat at Folly Farm
Restaurant at Folly Farm are designed to cater to all tastes. Try traditional pub grub at The Hungry Farmer or grab a coffee from Cwtch. Meanwhile, parents can enjoy a drink from the Dog and Duck bar while the kids sample local ice cream at The Dairy Shed.
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