- Children's Farms
- Parks and Playgrounds
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor and Outdoor
Visit all kinds of animals at Greenacres Animal Park including domesticated, zoological and all your favourite furry farmyard friends!
In the pets corner you can meet rabbits, guinea pigs, ducklings, chicks, piglets, owls, reptiles and even skunks! Just don’t make any sudden movements! There is a fantastic Victorian fairground to enjoy with whirling and spinning cars and aeroplanes and a mini Ferris wheel.
On-board the tractor engine tour see and learn all about the animals down in the fields such as the cattle, pigs, horses, llamas and alpacas, sheep and Shetland ponies. The soft play barn offers two levels of fun ready for children to enjoy, while parents can finally sit back and relax with a coffee and a piece of cake!
First-class educational farmyard family fun!
- Play barn tickets purchased separately
- Seasonal events
- Camping available
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Pushchair Friendly
- Parking Available On-site
Getting There and Contact Information
Cottage Lane, Deeside, Mancot, Flintshire and Wrexham, CH5 2AZ, Wales
Click here to visit Greenacres Animal Park's website
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Please see website for details
Adults (16+): £8.50
Kids (2-16): £7.00
Under 2's: Free
Sometimes in extreme weather conditions such as heavy rain, high winds and snow, Greenacres Animal Park will be closed.
In need of a refurb.
Written by Curlytots . 17.04.17
Felt the entry price was pricey but we loved the tractor ride and thought that was a good price. They've got a petting area with rabbits, chickens skunks and goat feeding; which is great for toddlers and kids. The tractor ride went round their field with loads of extra animals. I'd recommend getting a seat in the first cart as the driver feeds the animals during the ride, you'll see more in the first cart. The outdoor play area was big with plenty of choice but a bit run down and I felt for the price you're paying you'd expect to see a few more improvements going on around the place. We did catch a few animal talks with the keepers which were informative and well worth trying to time and listen to, they're brief but good. We also caught a few rides in the fairground, again they were cheap enough as we'd bought tickets, but it felt like a refurb was needed just to liven up the atmosphere etc. They've got a soft play area, small but a good plan B if it did get too wet or cold outside. There was also a cafe serving hot food and plenty of picnic benches. All in all there's loads of choice of things to do when you're there, but it's not the place I'd keep going back to because of the price. I'd be tempted to go for the day and fit as much in all at once to make it more value for money.