Kennedys pet farm

Last weekend we surprisingly ended up at Kennedys pet farm after a time wasting trip to the disappointed toy soldier factory. Thankfully we decided our day was not over yet and I put my thinking cap on. Off to the farm we went.

Kennedys pet farm which is situated in Glenfesk, just outside Killarney town has plenty to do and found it great value for money. We arrived at around 3 o clock in the afternoon which seemed like a pretty good time. It was nice and quiet with only a few other families. Cost us €8 each for adults and kids, under 2’s are free. They have two big outdoor playgrounds which kept the kids entertained for a good while and is suitable for all ages.

Some of the animals roam freely and are very friendly. You can buy a small pot of food for 50c and feed them while you walk around. Ava was a little bit afraid as the chickens and sheep kept chasing after her, she had the goods.

A beautiful trail which lead us to the fairy trees and gnome garden, the perfect spot to let the kids explore. Also where we came across some beautiful deer. We were lucky enough that the sun was shining and it wasn’t so cold, it was a fresh crisp Autumn day.

The staff were so friendly and as a family run business it’s great to see it doing fantastic and been taken care of extremely well. It’s a nice environment to be in and we are very lucky we don’t live too far from here.

Unfortunately it closes in November until March so if you don’t get a chance to get there before the month ends, I would highly recommend putting it in your New year’s list of days out. We will definitely be returning in Spring to see all the baby animals.

Thanks for taking the time to read about our trip. If you would like to see more posts like this just subscribe underneath.

Have a great weekend,

Laura xoxo

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