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Fermanagh Fun Farm

4 Slate Quarry Lane, Lisbellaw, Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, BT94 5EE

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Fermanagh Fun Farm is the place where families love to come to make lasting memories. We offer a real hands on experience and a range of activities to keep all the family assumed and having fun.

Our activities include:
• Feeding a range of animals,
• Cuddle time in our pets corner,
• Train ride to our cow patch,
• Pony walking and grooming.

We also have an indoor playbarn, outdoor playarea, picnic area and a tearoom / gift shop selling a range of hot/cold drinks, traybakes, scones, confectionary and ice-cream.

Fermanagh Fun Farm is home to many rescued and adopted animals. All our animals are pets and will live at the farm for the rest of their life. We have a commitment to our animals, that none will be used for food. Our animals are very friendly (some very forward and cheeky) as they are use to humans treating them well and trust our visitors. They welcome a little pet and some food from the basket of food you're given on arrival. All activities are included in the admission price.

We are home to over 150 animals. As a farm attraction we specialise in a range of farm animals from cows to sheep, goats to pigs, hens to donkeys etc. We are a social enterprise (not for profit making organisation) run by a committee of volunteers known as "Friends of the Farm". By visiting Fermanagh Fun Farm, not only are you going to have an enjoyable time but you're also contributing to many benefits in our local community.

Facilities

Catering

  • Picnic Area

Establishment Features

  • Toilets

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking

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Opening Times

* Opening Hours - 10.30am - 5.30pm

July - Daily
August - Daily
September- Weekends only
October - Weekends only plus school holidays
November - Weekends only
December - Weekends only plus Christmas week.
January - Closed
February - Closed
April- Weekends only
May -Weekends only plus bank holiday Mondays
June - Weekends Only

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