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While visiting family in Scotland they decided to take us to various places including here. It wasn’t a too bad a day weather wise and we went for a walk down to fannyside lock and back. We stopped in the cafe for a snack and...More
Growing up in Cumbernauld I’ve been visiting palacerigg forever and I still love it. Not as many animals as there used to be but the kids love buying the feed and giving it to the goats and sheep.
It also has a great park that...More
We came along here on Wednesday with 3 adults and 6 children. It was a brilliant and beautiful park. We couldn't find the trials but the children were well entertained by the park. They enjoyed seeing the animals too but the feed had run out....More
Took the grandkids to the park and they thoroughly enjoyed it,the park is beginning to look tired and is in need of some more swings and a little pool for kids.It was really busy and the kids enjoyed buying the food at reception to feed...More
This park is great for a fun free day out for kids as well as adults. There are a mixture of animals, you can get food to feed some of them and there are a kids park with swings, sand and other different things. It...More
Being able to feed the sheep and goats along side my daughter. Made for a great morning. The feed can be bought at the Vistor Centre. And a small playpark helped burn of any excitement afterwards. Will definitely return.
Not so many types of animals around these days but the ones we did see made our grandchildren happy. After we fed the goats and sheep we took the children to wash their hands as instructed by many notices but not a single low level...More
Good facility, farm animals and birds that young children love to see. Staff are nice and friendly. There is a tearoom with a large fish tank if you get cold or wet and a large outdoor sandpit and swings.
Main visitor area looks ok, however I walked the 4k or so around the estate and honestly, the amount of litter was just depressing. Areas where clearly people have been drinking and God knows what else. Plastic bottles and cans visible everywhere, some clearly there...More