Zoos and pet farms are fantastic fun for all the family. Over the years, many fun days are spent at animal farms in Ireland. Choose from the most popular zoos and pet farms below, for more information.
Galway Atlantaquaria, National Aquarium of Ireland is Irelands largest aquarium and one of the West of Irelands premier attractions.
It is home to 170 marine and freshwater species. Highlights include seahorses, friendly rays, sharks and an enormous skeleton of a Fin Whale. The Aquarium offers a truly hands-on experience, and visitors can h - Galway Atlantaquaria, National Aquarium of Ireland
Visit Blackwater Open Farm where you will find lots to do for the whole family, meet the animals, play in the playground, ride the tractors and enjoy a bite to eat at our cafe.
Mother's Day at the Farm.
The perfect way to spend the day with all the family, enjoy a meal from our Indulgent Special Set Menu, 2 courses for €1 - Blackwater Open Farm
Did you know that seals, dolphins and porpoises are regularly sighted off Bray Head? Or that shark and ray egg cases can be found on Greystones Beach? Join one of our marine biology courses this summer to find out more about the incredible marine wildlife that we have right on our doorstep. Discover and explore Irelands coastline with our dedica - Marine Dimensions Wildlife Workshops
Unit 3, St. Joans Ind. Est. Turnpike Road, Ballymount, Dublin
Seahorse Aquariums is an underwater adventure, featuring Irelands largest aquarium display of marine and freshwater life. If you just want to have a look at fish and see the sharks, sting-rays and other amazing creatures, come along its free. Seahorse Aquariums is a great visit that will always be remembered.
Just off the M50 on the Turnpik - Seahorse Aquariums
This purpose-built Wildlife Exhibition & Educational Centre opened in June 2000, displays one of the largest privately owned collections of mounted birds and mammals in Ireland.
The Centre displays 200 species of Irish fauna in five specially designed habitat sets; River/Lake/Coastal, Bog & Moorland, Woodland, Farmland and Garden.
The wildl - Wildlife Educational Centre
Kissane Sheep Farm is a working mountain farm with approximately 1000 sheep and their lambs.
Visitors can experience the hard work on the farm: sheepdog demonstrations, sheep shearing (in shearing season), feeding pet lambs, 3 marked (mountain) walks with magnificent views. They can Adopt a Sheep and help preserve this Irish heritage. Admission - Adopt a Sheep Kissane Sheep Farm
Belfast Zoo allows people to see and learn about the animals we are helping to save. We maintain and display a collection of animals and plants that facilitates the achievement of conservation and educational objectives, and provide a safe and attractive venue for visitors and staff.
During the 50s and 60s the Zoo went into decline and when - Belfast Zoo
T.A.C.T cares for a variety of birds and mammals native to Ireland, as well as a few non - native birds and abandoned animals. T.A.C.T currently has around 350 animals in its long term care. These include gannets, swans, kestrels, sparrow hawks, owls, foxes, hedgehogs, geese and ducks, as well as rabbits, guinea pigs, cockatiels, budgies, pigeons, - T.A.C.T (Talnotry Avian Care Trust