10 Reasons Why You Need To Visit Folly Farm

Adventure Park & Zoo

Lioness at Folly Farm

It is no secret that here at The Rees Family Adventures, we love Folly Farm. It’s somewhere that I (Stacey) have been visiting since I was a child and I just love making memories with my own children here.

Read on to discover why we love this place so much and why you absolutely should visit.

Farm Origins

Florrie with a giant sheep at Folly Farm

Folly Farm started back in 1988 and unlike what the attraction is today, it was very much a farm where you could see some animals, watch cows being milked and bottle feed lambs.

As a child I remember sitting on bales of hay, awaiting the bottle-feeding chaos and jumping headfirst into the hay in their hay barn!

Over the years I have watched this attraction grow from a small farm to the 120-acre zoo and funfair attraction it is now and I’m truly impressed by all that they have achieved.

Folly Farm will always hold a special place in my heart. 

So let’s get straight into it, here are 10 reasons why you must visit this fabulous attraction in Pembrokeshire.

I love going to Folly Farm and seeing the baby piggies, meerkats and going on the fun rides!

Florrie
Craig stroking Norman the pig.

Click the video above to watch our vlog of a day out at Folly Farm

I love Folly Farm! The lions and the penguins are my favourite. I love the rides too. The Skid and Sizzler are really fun.

Amelia

Final Thoughts

As you can see, whether you are local or visiting the South Wales area, a day at Folly Farm Adventure Park & Zoo is not to be missed. I’ve been visiting since I was a child and I’m still not bored of the place.

Make sure you arrive early though, this is a full-day park and I guarantee you will need to drag your kids away.

Tell us about your favourite Folly Farm experience in the comments!

Want to know more about another great Welsh Zoo? Check out our review of  Manor Wildlife Park. Or if you are looking for somewhere to visit in the Devon area, make sure to read our review of Pennywell Farm.

  • Folly Farm is located in Kilgetty Pembrokeshire, SA68 0XA, just 6.2 miles away from Tenby. It’s very easy to get to by car. The nearest train station is in Kilgetty and from there you can get a taxi or walk to the park. It’s about a 20-minute walk from the station to the farm but be warned, it’s all uphill!
  • Free on-site parking.
  • Check the website for up to date opening hours as these differ throughout the seasons, visit https://www.folly-farm.co.uk/

Prices:

Correct at time of writing.

  • Adult: £25.95
  • Senior (65+): £23.95
  • Child (3-15): £23.95
  • Toddler (2 years): £15.95
  • Family Ticket (2 adults + 2 children) £91.20

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