Attractions

Attractions & Activities at Foel Farm Park

There is lots for you to enjoy at Foel Farm Park on Anglesey – remember admission price includes all the rides and attractions (subject to availability). Favourite attractions include:

  • Meet & feed the animals
  • Farm walk
  • Tractor & trailer farm tour
  • Mini-trailer ride with quad bike
  • Giant jumping pillow
  • Pedal tractors

Activities for all the Family!

The whole family can enjoy a tractor & trailer tour of the farm with spectacular views of the sea & mountains to meet the giant horses and for the more adventurous we offer a thrilling mini trailer ride pulled behind the quad bike.

  • Meet the ponies and donkeys
  • Stroke a bunny
  • Small bags of feed are on sale in the shop
  • New arrivals with our extended lambing season

It’s not just the animals to keep you entertained – the giant jumping pillow is a great way for the kids to let off steam while younger children enjoy the giant sandpit & pedal tractors!

Opening Times

DateOpening times
Daily : February Half Term – November 1st
(early closing 4.30pm on quiet days)
10.00am – 4.30/5.30pm

FAQs

Are dogs welcome onto the farm?

We do allow well behaved dogs at Foel farm, under the discretion of the farm staff. Dogs must however remain on a lead and under strict control at all times. Unfortunately, there are some spaces where we are unable to allow dogs:

  • The café and chocolate shop
  • The main barn and bunny barn

Is your farm park wheelchair friendly?

Yes, our farm has been adapted for wheelchair users with ramps into the shop and farm entrance. We also have a wheelchair accessible toilet on our farm yard, which are available for use without paying the parks entry fee. We also have disabled only parking right outside our Shop, Café and Chocolate shop doors.

Are all the farm activities included in the entrance price?

Yes, pay once on arrival and all activities are included. Animal feed is an extra charge of 80p a bag, or 2 for £1.50.

Is there anything I need to know if I am pregnant?

Pregnant women should avoid contact with newborn lambs and goat kids, and like all other visitors, ensure that they wash their hands frequently with warm water and antibacterial soap. If you have any queries, please ask a member of staff.

Can I bring a picnic?

Yes of course. Our farm park is a perfect outdoors setting to enjoy your picnic, plus there is an indoor picnic room that can be used to take cover from the sun or any rain showers!

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