Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo
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Perfect day out especially if you have children with you. So much to see and do. You still currently have to book ahead so please look online
A lovely day out with a fairground & plenty to see and do! Best to take a picnic as food is a bit on the naff side & pricey.
A great day out, a variety of animals including sloths, lions, giraffe and penguins. Over 100 species. Fairground activities, parks, climbing frames, ride on cars.
Folly Farm is committed to providing experiences that entertain and educate our guests, bringing amazement, delight, inspiration and knowledge to all who visit.
Just an excellent day out with little ones! Easy, fun and enough to make it really enjoyable for adults too
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