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Family-Friendly Foel Farm Park, Anglesey
March to October daily, 10:30-17:30
Adults £7.50, Children £6.50, Under 3s free

Foel Farm Park on Anglesey offers up a great family day out, where you and the kids can experience all of the sights and sounds (and, of course, smells!) of a real working farm. Not only can you see the farm as everyone goes about their daily routines, but you can also meet and feed the many different animals whilst enjoying the beautiful scenery – there are phenomenal views over the Menai Strait and out to Snowdonia.

Once you’ve met all the animals, smaller children can enjoy a pony ride, while bigger kids can get their thrills as they race around in a mini trailer that’s pulled by a quad bike! The entrance fee covers all of the attractions, meaning you can go on the tractor and trailer farm tour, the trailer ride and the pony ride as many times as you like.

Head to Y Foel Tea Room to relax with a nice cuppa or enjoy a hearty, homemade meal, all while looking out on the mountains and the sea. Pop outside to eat on the Garden Terrace when the sun is shining.

Our recommendation? Come in the spring – you may just be able to help bottle-feed the young calves and lambs!


Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by Eric Jones

Image source: CC-by-SA 2.0 by John Firth 



Foel Farm Park is located on the Isle of Anglesey. Follow the brown signs from the A55/A5 or off the A4080. 

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