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Dont waste your time visiting this attraction, only animals your see on show are ducks and chickens... donkeys and sheep etc was locked away in an enclosure... Google pictures suggest you can see an array of animals but thats not the case.... best thing is...More
I love coming here with my little girl. It's in the perfect location - adjacent to a lovely garden, a very good play park and the Craigavon Lakes.
Plenty to see and do...and it's free. Bring a picnic and enjoy!
Extremely annoying to find the Barn Museum closed on Sunday 30th September? We went specifically for the photographic exhibition by Alex Lange which is being advertised on both the internet and the Linen Biennale Program as open Saturdays and Sundays, 1-5pm, August-September. It took us...More
We went to Tannaghmore after many good intentions went unfulfilled and small faces became sadder. It was a lovely day,not a cloud in the sky, all in shorts and tees and excited for the day. Small ones were enchanted by the fact they could touch...More
Fantastic place to take our young grandchildren to👧👶who absolutely loved it. They were able to do feed some of them with carrots 🥕- so adorable to watch too. I think we enjoyed it as much as they did🐥😆.
We have visited Tannaghmore Farm and Gardens numerous times, over these past few summers, as it is great for a walk about with young children. (The free entry is a bonus!)
On our recent visit we thought there were less animals to view. The stationary...More
you dont have to bring food.. my kids love to tho, they feed the horses apples and the goats carrots and parsnips. been some signs up latly asking for people not to feed the fowl bread as some have died.
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Yes you can bring your dog with you but I would advise to keep it on a lead as there are a lot of children about. Am not sure if it would be a good idea to bring it with you when you are looking at the animals. There is a... More
Yes you can bring your dog with you but I would advise to keep it on a lead as there are a lot of children about. Am not sure if it would be a good idea to bring it with you when you are looking at the animals. There is a great play area, and if the weather is good, plenty of places to have your picnic.