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Greenacres Animal Park, Deeside
(2.2/5 based on 190 reviews on the web)
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  • Best birthday party we have ever had for my daughter, staff were incredibly friendly helpful, nothing too much for them, made the whole party run smoothly and the kids had a brilliant time. We had chi...  more »
  • Fantastic day out for the family ...price very affordable ....plenty to do cafe pinic area shop really enjoyed our day well worth a vist you wont be dissapointed . 
  • Great day out with 5yr old and 3yr old. Both boys loved meeting the animals in the Petting Corner..bottle feed the goats, stroke the owl, snake, skunk etc A play on the outside park, picnic lunch, Tra...  more »
  • It's not too bad needs alot of updating tractor ride was good.
  • Great day out with young kids
  • Nice place that's improving, needs to be a bit more wheelchair friendly, but it did not stop us having a great time.
  • My daughter & her partner, myself and my granddaughter went on Sunday afternoon. We enjoyed our visit but the one thing that spoilt things was the awful blaring naff music near the little funfair rides dominating the atmosphere that should have been peaceful and relaxed! There was definitely NO NEED to put blaring music on! Please could you turn it off? Otherwise good fun ride on the tractor, enjoyed seeing the animals and the birds. The site has grown since my grandson was a little fellow. p.s. your donkeys are not very cooperative! they'd had enough by the time we got there at 3 p.m. poor things!
  • The animals are fine. The playpark is fine. It's the paying for stuff. On card an extra 50p. Go to the cafe, don't have cash? Don't worry - go back to the main office with the cost from the cafe, pay the cost (plus 50p) get a signed chitty and go back to the cafe. Food is not included (even a small amount would be nice) with the entrance fee to feed the animals. No rides are included - you have to pay tokens. That's fine. Not unusual. But if you do that you should make sure your staff know which rides need tokens or not. The tractor rides have a large sign making it clear that it runs independently of Green acres. So are the tokens accepted? I went to the shop where the tokens are sold and she couldn't advise me and said I should go to the tractor ride and find out. But I went to the shop as the queue was massive and I didn't want to waste time to fins out the tokens wouldn't actually be accepted! In the soft play (requires a token, not included in the entrance fee) does there really need to have bangin' choons?! It's a kids petting farm ultimately - not Ayia Napa! The cafe served a surprisingly fresh sandwich with a nice filling - but it took an age to arrive, plastic knives and forks - which we had to ask to be topped up (along with subsequent delay). So it all just felt a bit of a swizz really. All the extra fees they kept on charging were reflected in staff training, better office admin, more included facilities and generally an improvement in the facilities (eg cafe smelt musty, lots of the buildings seem to be simple fabrications) I think it would be okay. But an over priced and under par experience for us.