Glendeer Pet Farm
A visit to Glendeer Pet Farm is animal interaction at its' best! Spring is a great time to visit as there are baby animals arriving all the time such as kid goats, lambs and chicks.
People can feed, pet & hold some of the friendly animals, which include puppies, rabbits, deer, pigs, llamas, emu, goats, donkeys, sheep, monkeys, parrots, meerkats, wallabies, a racoon and lots more.
Not only do you get up close and personal with lots of the animals, but there are lots of other fun activities for all ages.
Animal interaction at its BEST!
Looking for somewhere to bring the kids for a day out ... why not take them to see all the friendly animals at Glendeer Pet Farm, (5 miles west of Athlone, exit 13 off M6, follow signs for Drum).
A visit to Glendeer Pet Farm is an interactive experience where people can feed, pet & hold some of the animals, which include puupies, rabbits, deer, pigs, llamas, emu, goats, donkeys, sheep, and lots more including monkeys & a raccoon, not to mention all the baby animals arriving all the time such as kid goats, llamas, & lambs. There are new arrivals all the time.
You don't even have to wait for a fine day to visit, because let's face it you might be waiting; Glendeer is suitable for any weather as there are indoor & outdoor picnic & play areas incl. the suspended indoor play area and the NEW soft play toddler's area.
There is a large section of the animals are also undercover and while the children are cuddling the puppies the adults can relax in our coffee shop with fresh coffee/tea & homemade treats.
Be amazed at how friendly all of the animals are as the wander up around you looking for food. Each child will get a bag of food to feed the animals as you make your way around the six acre farm.
Why not bring a picnic along to enjoy, but beware of the greedy donkey who can spot a picnic bag a mile away & will try to join you, if they don't the hens will!
There is also a lovely secluded 6 acre nature trail adjacent to the old farm yard & cottage which is a nice relaxing walk & may transport the older generation back in time.
A visit to Glendeer Pet Farm won't disappoint, there have been a lot of changes this year due to funding from the Leader Partnership Committee, so not only has the farm had a facelift but some NEW amenities have been added to entertain kids of all ages from the maze and obstacle course for the older kids to the NEW ball pool and toddler area for the small ones, you will find it hard to get away.
- January/February: Closed
- Open daily from 17th March until 30th Sept 2018
- Monday to Saturday 11am - 6pm
- Sunday 12pm to 6pm
- €8 per adult /child
- Under 18 months old Free
- Family rates available for families of 5 or more.
- Season tickets are also available, €40 per adult and €40 per child.
You can visit as often as you like from the 17th of March until the 30th of September and adults are also free for Halloween and Christmas.
Spooktastic Halloween Event is held during the mid-term break and for the month of December the farm is transformed into Ireland's Lapland.
For any other information visit their website link below.
Group bookings during the day by appointment, special rates available!
A visit to Glendeer Pet Farm won't disappoint, there have been a lot of changes this year due to funding from the Leader Partnership Committee.
The farm has not only had a facelift but some NEW amenities have been added to entertain kids of all ages from the maze and obstacle course for the older kids to the NEW ball pool and toddler area for the small ones, you will find it hard to get away.
Contact Glendeer Pet Farm
“Super Halloween day out !!!”
Posted by AnnaMarie
“i visited this pet farm with my two daughters and my son who is still a toddler, along with extended family in august as a family reunion. I must say this was one of the best days out we have ever had in Ireland! the staff were extremely friendly and one even let the kids hold both a puppy and a rabbit. there was both an indoor and outdoor playground which was great for when it began to rain! truthfully an excellent pet farm.”