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Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park

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Address: Kiltimagh, Ireland
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+353 87 761 8630
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Great little farm!

Friendly hosts. Cheapish entry (€8 incl free feed for animals). Lovely selection of farm animals which my 4yo loved to feed esp the lively goats and beautiful horse. A simple... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2016
mhelsby
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Perth, Australia
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galway
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6 reviews
4 attraction reviews
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Reviewed 23 February 2017 via mobile

Firstly place was hard to find, when we did it was a grubby place with an angry women. The staff really have no clue on animals especially reptiles. All animals were in shocking conditions dead chicken carcass in some enclosures, one poor wallaby looked so depressed I'm really surprised it's still aloud to be open how the ispca haven't intervened... More 

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Thank FreddGalway
Sligo, Ireland
1 review
Reviewed 13 February 2017

We thought this would be a lovely day out for our two year old but we came away totally depressed about the condition the poor animals are kept in. In this day and age I cannot believe that people are allowed to open up a pet farm to this standard and charge 8 euro entry fee in as well!! It... More 

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Thank louiseoconnor5
602ashleyk, Manager at Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park, responded to this review

We are shocked to read such as scathing review with personal opinions rather than factual comments. Firstly we do not keep any animals in cages, they are housed in enclosures which are designed with the specific needs of each animal. We have to take into account many factors when building the enclosures, such as the nocturnal instincts of the animal,... More 

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3 reviews
Reviewed 26 November 2016 via mobile

I was here a few years ago and it broke my heart. The gerbils and other small animals were living in their own faeces. It was piled high! The ferret had no food or water and her tiny cage was a disgrace. The animals just seemed hungry and depressed and I felt so unbelievably sad walking away and leaving them... More 

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Thank MrsCreepers
602ashleyk, Manager at Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park, responded to this review

On reading your review it puzzles us a to why you came back for a second visit, or was it just to hide behind your computer and complain. At no point do any of the animals live in their own faeces they are never without food or water depending on their feeding needs. That said some of the animals cannot... More 

Westport, Mayo, Ireland
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52 reviews
11 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 32 helpful votes
Reviewed 22 October 2016

We arrived here one sunny Saturday in October, with high hopes for a fun family trip out. We had heard some good things about Kiltimagh Pet Farm - reading some of the reviews on Trip Advisor has left me thinking we entered a parallel universe over there, as sadly we had a very poor experience. As we drove down the... More 

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Thank Neil T
602ashleyk, Manager at Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park, responded to this review

It saddens us to read this review as it seems you had a completely negative experience which could have been avoided if you had spoken to a member of staff. Unfortunately you visited out of and at the end of the season so you would not have got the best experience, with the nice weather and baby animals about the... More 

Mayo, Ireland
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25 reviews
12 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 12 helpful votes
Reviewed 16 October 2016 via mobile

Had a really fun time today petting all the animals loved the ferrets and the snakes the best pity it was so wet today as i would have liked to have stayed longer with the goats they were so cute

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Thank Alice C
602ashleyk, Manager at Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park, responded to this review

Thank you very much for visiting our farm, so glad you enjoyed it, even though the weather was bad. Looking forward to seeing you on a sunny day. More 

Toronto, Canada
1 review
Reviewed 26 August 2016

This was one of the most enjoyable experiences, while I was in Ireland. I loved the interaction with the animals. There was a lamb and a horse that didn't want me to leave...so cute! The person working there was very helpful and friendly. She even helped me to overcome my fear of holding snakes. I was there and got to... More 

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Thank Lovebird_LL
602ashleyk, Manager at Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park, responded to this review

We are glad you enjoyed your experience, it is nice to hear people getting the most out of their visit. More 

Kiltimagh, Ireland
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5 reviews
Reviewed 23 August 2016

there is not enough variety and felt that they had little or no interest once they had the money. nothing to shelter if it starts to rain and certainly no activity. most of the creatures is what country children see every day and nothing unusual , to me and the children it was a very disappointing visit and certainly would... More 

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Thank kate19462015
602ashleyk, Manager at Kiltimagh Pet Farm and Wildlife Park, responded to this review

We have an extensive range of animals from all over the world, approximately 30 species of animals available to view on the farm. The total amount of animals at the time of your visit would have exceeded 200. There are areas that you can escape the rain and we have umbrellas for customer use if needed. There is a small... More 

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12 reviews
3 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
Reviewed 21 August 2016 via mobile

A very hands on establishment. My children absolutely adored being able to handle the wide variety of reptiles in the reptile house. And if soft and fluffy is what your after then your spoilt for choice with the large array of rabbits, ferrets, chicks and lambs to names a few! And if your feeling really confident then you can go... More 

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Thank tinakelly83
Perth, Australia
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11 reviews
5 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 23 helpful votes
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

Friendly hosts. Cheapish entry (€8 incl free feed for animals). Lovely selection of farm animals which my 4yo loved to feed esp the lively goats and beautiful horse. A simple little cafe and clean toilets at the end. Great half day out if you're visiting Kiltimagh.

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Thank mhelsby
belfast
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16 reviews
3 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 13 helpful votes
Reviewed 10 August 2016 via mobile

Visited the farm whilst on holiday - a family of 4 cost 32euros. Plenty of sheep and cows , 1 horse and a few donkeys. Alot of birds in not very well laid out dirty pens with lots of the pens empty.the 'reptile house'(a dirty shed with a few tanks) was probably the best out of a bad selection. Only... More 

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