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Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park

#1 of 4 things to do in Kiltimagh Features Animals
Kiltimagh, Ireland
+353 87 761 8630
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Well-run little establishment!

Our cousins really enjoyed this little pet farm. While the farm is host to a myriad of farm animals... read more

Reviewed yesterday
ElectricDelirium
via mobile
A Let Down

I appreciate that parents are always on the lookout for something for kids to do but I don't think... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Sober_Colm
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Dublin, Ireland
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Kiltimagh, Ireland
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+353 87 761 8630
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Our cousins really enjoyed this little pet farm. While the farm is host to a myriad of farm animals you can also encounter other, more exotic animals from tortoises and terrapins, to raccoons, south American coatis, snakes etc. Staff are also extremely friendly and knowledgeable...More

Thank ElectricDelirium
Reviewed 1 week ago

I appreciate that parents are always on the lookout for something for kids to do but I don't think this establishment lives up to expectations. No problem getting there as it's well signposted so I'm not sure what all the other posters are complaining about...More

Thank Sober_Colm
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Some of the reviews already posted are unfair, yes this farm is a little rough around the edges but bare in mind they are self funded and also a rescue centre for maltreated animals and you'll understand that the money goes into taking care of...More

Thank wendandcon
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Lovely outdoor pet farm. Good entertainment for the kids. Plenty to see and do. Feeding animals and pet food available

Thank roryjdoyle
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We had arranged to go the the Country Museum which was closed on the Monday we went. We found this nearby attraction sort off by luck and it was a fun day for all of us. It was sign posted and not too difficult to...More

Thank Sabrina D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Well sign posted, so easy to find. Very friendly staff. Toilet clean - BUT no baby changing facility. Shop sells ice cream & a few other bits n bobs but certainly not a gift shop. The general feeling would be 'run-down'. There is a lot...More

1  Thank SidLawrence
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Had a really fun morning here with my wife and two small kids aged 2 and 6. Very knowledgeable staff happy to spend time answering any questions we had my son age 6 loved the reptiles got hold snakes and lizards. Was great fun feeding...More

Thank fitzy198
Reviewed 14 May 2017

We visited the pet farm last recently with our daughter. Very friendly staff and the place itself was very well kept. Definitely would return. Keep up the good work!

Thank Ger M
Reviewed 14 May 2017

Went to Kiltimagh Pet Farm a couple of days ago and had an absolute blast! Got to see a whole host of different animals, and the reptile house was amazing! We loved the tortoise's the most! As soon as we got there we were met...More

Thank Mark N
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

Visited on Saturday, me my mum and 1 year old. Hard to find, not very well sign posted and it is up a very narrow lane. Arrived and went round the back to the office, which is abit run down, the fella served us wasnt...More

1  Thank Roisin H
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