Tannaghmore Farm and Gardens

Tannaghmore Farm and Gardens

Tannaghmore Farm and Gardens
4.5
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
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hannah O
1 contribution
Jul 2020 • Family
Very disappointed with Tanaghmore gardens today. The play park was crowded , no sign of any sanitation anywhere, would have thought it would be available before entering the play park. No soap in the toilets either in the times we are in , very disappointing !
Written July 16, 2020
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hsarmstrong
Lurgan, UK134 contributions
Mar 2018 • Family
We visited here on a March Saturday and were very disappointed at the lack of animals. Not sure if it is just the time of year but kids were very disappointed that half of the pens had no animals in them. We will not be back in any hurry
Written March 4, 2018
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R2012_12
Belfast, UK39 contributions
Tannaghmore Farm is great and free. Few wee animals to see and feed. Great Park and gardens to walk around and are pram friendly. We took a ball, blanket and picnic and had hours of fun. Ice-cream van on site selling tea and coffee etc.
Written April 10, 2015
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siorghraIreland
Ireland13 contributions
Jul 2014 • Family
Tannaghmore Farm and Gardens is a great place to bring the kids for a FREE day out. The kids love to feed the animals in the farm and the gardens have lots of fun activities to keep them occupied. It is a pity that some do not appreciate what is on offer.

The farm is not overly big, but what do you want for free? Charge a fiver in like other farms and I am sure they will soon be able to get those rare breeds other posters are after!
Written August 8, 2014
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John M
Lurgan, UK18 contributions
Apr 2016 • Family
An excellent experience - especially for the younger members of the family. A wide range of very well looked after animals for everyone to get up close and personal with. There's always been a surprise waiting each time we've visited! At Christmas we saw the living nativity and seeing newborns has always been a big hit with our boys.
An added bonus is Craigavon's Balancing Lakes and play park adjacent to the farm. A walk around the lakes after a visit to the farm and play park makes for a great afternoon.
Written April 25, 2016
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Joanna B
Lurgan, UK7 contributions
Sep 2012
I continually visit Tannaghmre Gardens as it has lots to do and amazingly is free. The farm is great for little ones and has recently installed toilets and a washing up area. The park is good for kids of all ages and is well maintained. The gardens have lots of sculptures and passage ways and a small maze. Good fr picnics (if you get the weather).
Written September 27, 2012
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Shona B
Renfrewshire, UK19 contributions
We recently went to Tannaghmore Farm with a group of young children. It was not well sign posted so we wasted some time trying to find the place - our driver having to go and ask someone for directions. Then we had to drive back down the road to the turning, which did have a signpost for some other facilities, just not this one.
When we did arrive, there were some picnic tables, and a massive bird cage with a variety of birds inside. This made quite a nice setting for lunch, had it not been right in the middle of the car park! We had arrived when we said we would, but there was another group still there, so we were asked to wait outside until they were ready for us for about 15 mins.
The farm itself was nice enough, but the toilet facilities was minimal, and pretty smelly. This instantly made me feel that this was going to be a real disappointment - but the farm did actually improve as we moved away from this area.
The member of staff allocated to us was friendly and knowledgeable, and his priority was the enjoyment of the children. During the tour the adults had to walk at the front and rear with the children in the middle dictating the pace of the tour. This allowed them to touch the animals, hear stories about them, and in the case of the chicks and the rabbit - getting to pick them up and stroke them. There were a variety of pigs, some horses and lots of birds, as well as horses, some goats and a few other animals.
All in all, it was a novel experience for the children, having the hands on experience and getting up close to the animals. The surrounding gardens and park were lovely - this is where we actually sat and had our picnic, which was far nicer than the car park. This area also had better toilet facilities, and space for the children to run about. At the end of the day the children enjoyed themselves, which was the main point. Another reviewer was glad of no shop, I agree - but a place for the adults to get a coffee or tea would have been appreciated!
Written June 26, 2010
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JSH
13 contributions
Jun 2019
This is a great place to spent a day with the family. The new play park is exceptional, and I would strongly advise to bring a picnic as the kids just wont want to leave.
Written September 18, 2019
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Elizabeth M
Melbourne, Australia3 contributions
Sep 2018 • Couples
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 an hour to get there, and after a cold and blustery walk in the gardens, another hour to get home. It really was a waste of an afternoon. Surely the Council could have put specific dates in the advertising if they weren't planning on opening the last weekend of September. Might seem trivial, but poor communication and an 'it'll do rightly' attitude are endemic in Northern Ireland. Time to get a bit more professional.
Written September 30, 2018
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Criostoir O
5 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
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 the animals and talk to them. I had done a little research and brought a few pans of sliced bread. The bloody creatures are spoiled rotten and won't even look up at you unless there's a bread treat involved. Again the look of wonder on the small ones faces.
A brilliant day on a working farm. If you have kids, get off the parliamentary side of your posterior and give them something that they will treasure forever.......
great memories.
Written September 4, 2018
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