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Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, Begelly

(4.7/5 based on 3,200+ reviews on the web)
Exotic animals roam the manicured fields and enclosures of Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo, bringing a slice of more tropical locations to southwest Wales. Originally opened in1988 as a farm, the facility has grown to include a zoo and an indoor vintage carnival. The prime animal attractions of the zoo are the towering giraffes and the strolling penguins, two species that always enjoy popularity among zoo-goers. Add Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo and other attractions to your Begelly trip itinerary using our Begelly travel itinerary maker.
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  • We went for my daughters second birthday, we could have stayed all week! It was a grotty wet day but we still saw everything and had a full fun day. The animal areas were clean and fresh looking and t...  more »
  • We have visited a number of times when staying at bluestone as a family (two kids aged 2 and 4). Always a great day out with lots to do inside and out. Funfair is a nostalgia trip for adults and reall...  more »
  • We visited Folly Farm in Feb when it was cold & damp. It was great to see the animals looking happy & running around in their enclosures. The ride on the land train was fun, great to see the red deer ...  more »
  • Completely overwhelmed by how good Folly Farm was. We got there at opening time and were there through to closing -without a minute to spare. Child in tow had an amazing time and staff were helpful wherever we required assistance. We didn't need food whilst we were there but we did grab a bit of cake and a coffee, both of which were great and good value. Certainly considering a season ticket.
  • Fantastic family day out. Pay once at the gate and there's a plethora of entertainment available. Indoor funfair is extra but easily avoided if you're on a budget. After a day spent exploring the zoo and barn animals, dashing about the various adventure playgrounds, an icre-cream and we were done!
  • What an amazing place. The amount of stuff to do, for the price is crazy. My son absolutely loved it as did I. We didn't get to see everything we're after, but for £13ea, I'm more than happy to spend that again and go back.
  • This isn't a farm. It may have once been, and there are some farm animals in a barn, but i don't think anyone ever tried milking the Giraffe's, or herding the Lions. the Rhino pen is pretty big, with a happy looking occupant. There's plenty more there beside the various animals. Classic fun fair, soft play and large tree house play area. Large outdoor play areas with diggers and several sand pits. A ferris wheel and much more. Do not expect to see everything in a single visit. Its worthwhile getting the pass to return within 7 days.
  • Our first favourite day out for many years, this park is fun for all ages , nice and clean, friendly staff and a great collection of animals. Do not be put off visiting this place by the name as it is no longer just a farm it is more like a zoo with giraffes and lions which you can see really close up . Plenty of food and picnic areas that are quite reasonable. Can't wait until next year's visit.