NACF Anseong Farmland
NACF Anseong Farmland
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mhybork
San Diego, CA3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Family
The drive from Seoul was long due to traffic and the line for the ticket booth on the day after Chuseok was ridiculous but once we were in, it was pleasant. Tip: Buy your tickets in advance online in order to be in the shortest line (#8 on the left). The regular admission is 10,000 won which includes one tractor ride around the farm. My child was free since he is under 36 months old. The kids’ rides can be purchased separately inside, or you can buy a more expensive ticket to include a few rides. The best part was feeding the farm animals, such as sheep, cow, horse, pigs, goat, deer and more. You can buy a little hay for 1,000 won. Cash works best. When you want to feed the birds though, you should bring two 500 won coins. There are places to eat inside and outside. Lots of Photo opportunities! Despite the traffic and ticket line, we would recommend the farm, especially if you have small kids, and hope to go again.
Written October 8, 2017
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bluejays9293
Singapore, Singapore120 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2018 • Family
For a tourist, Anseong Farmland is pretty far out if not driving, so it wasn’t too much of a surprise to see mostly locals here, especially on a public holiday.

It feels like a large land area, with a mix of horse riding, farm experience and amusement rides.

Tickets have various options for children, general admission, admission plus 3 rides and/or horse riding. Horse riding is limited to age 4 and above.

Three rides gets used up pretty quickly for young children given the options - trampoline park, carousel, mini train ride, water bumper, UFO, etc. The kids enjoyed the remote control cars as well, with the children in a car controlled by remote by the parents.

The horse riding was indoors, in a small circle, led by a trainer, who would bring the child on a few rounds. All very safe and well monitored by the staff, a good experience.

The farm experience was fun for children too, feeding sheep, cows, etc, getting to pet some animals too.

All in all, easy to spend most of a day here, the half day we had felt too short.
Written June 13, 2018
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tika g
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5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Family
The entire park is really huge with many different options of tours or walks. My Children enjoyed petting activity.
Written October 12, 2017
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