Farm and Adventure Park in South Ayrshire
Farm and Adventure Park in South Ayrshire

Farm and Adventure Park in South Ayrshire

From exotic animals to farm favourites, there are over 50 animal species waiting to meet you at Heads of Ayr Farm Park in Ayr! There are loads of different attractions and activities for every age group at the farm park, from tiny tots to great grannies!  A day jam-packed with fun and adventure is waiting for you at Heads of Ayr Farm Park!

Where can I visit a farm park in South Ayrshire?

Heads of Ayr Farm Park offers a great opportunity to gather friends or family and enjoy a great day out! Guests can interact with the many different animal species found at the park as well as take part in and discover a multitude of different events and activities that the park hosts throughout the year. Heads of Ayr Farm Park guarantees an exciting opportunity to get closer to nature for visitors of all ages!

Meet some of the park’s farmyard friends and get the chance to feed them too! Visitors are encouraged to come to the park between March and June so they can see all of the newest springtime babies to join the park’s family of animals.

For visitors who want to meet some of the more exotic critters at the park, they can check out all of the weird and wonderful animals and attend the daily keeper talks to learn about each of the rarer animals who call the park their home!

Guests who would like to see all of the smaller critters and creatures at the park can visit the Little Critters and Aztec Reptile Zone! For the guests who are a little squeamish of all the smaller animals, the Little Critters zone is viewable without having to go into the Reptile Zone!

  • Adult tickets £13
  • Child tickets £11.50
  • Infants gain free entry
  • OAP tickets £11.50
  • Carers gain free entry with supporting documents

For more information on opening times and what is on at the park, please visit their website.

Things to do in South Ayrshire

Burns Monument and Gardens in Ayr

Only 20 years after Burns’ death, a committee of his biggest supporters began to plan out a memorial for the great poet. This resulted in the 70-foot-high Grecian-style temple that stands today in Ayr! Complete with 9 pillars to represent muses from ...

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in South Ayrshire

Step into the early life of Scotland’s genius national poet and visit the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum! The famous poet’s journey from rural beginnings to international fame all began in Alloway, in a small cottage built by his father. Come and visit ...

LA Bowl and Lazerzone in Ayr

Are you looking for something to do in Ayr? Why not visit LA Bowl? LA Bowl is a family-run business and is one of the top tenpin bowling venues in Scotland! With not only 16 bowling lanes but a laser arena and ...

Culzean Castle & Country Park in South Ayrshire

Discover the glorious 260-hectare estate that rises over a world of woods, beaches, secrets, and play parks! Culzean Castle is perched upon the beautiful Ayrshire cliffs and incorporates a magnificent atmosphere of the stunning surroundings. The breathtaking estate used to be home ...

Visit Culzean Castle and Country Park!

Culzean Castle is a castle overlooking the Firth of Clyde, near Maybole, Carrick, in South Ayrshire, on the west coast of Scotland. It is the former home of the Marquess of Ailsa, the chief of Clan Kennedy, but is now owned by ...

Royal Troon Golf Links in South Ayrshire

Come and visit one of the most famous links golf courses in the world and soak in the beautiful surrounding scenery at The Royal Troon Golf Club! Located just 45 minutes outside of the city of Glasgow, this fantastic course promises a ...

Kitesurfing in Troon

Kitesurf Scotland is Scotland’s leading Kitesurfing school and is run by Grant Clayton and his dedicated team of instructors. Kitesurfing harnesses the power of the wind through a large parachute-type kite to propel a surfer across the water on a small surfboard ...

Kitesurfing in Troon

Come along to Kitesurf Scotland and check out Scotland’s most experienced Kitesurfing and Wing foil school! With a range of lessons suited for beginners to advanced riders, this surfing school located on the South West Coast in Troon is the perfect place ...

Maritime Museum in Irvine

Fancy learning more about the history and heritage of Scotland’s maritime life? Why not come along and visit the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine! Plan your trip now and set sail on a journey through a history full of stories and tales ...

Cookery Classes in Kilmarnock

Are you looking to further develop your skills in the kitchen? The Cookery School in Kilmarnock has got you covered! From the second you begin your class you will be welcomed with a professional and friendly approach to make sure that you ...

Boat Trips to Ailsa Craig in Girvan

Book a boat trip in Girvan and come along to visit the stunning Aisla Craig! Are you a lover of the outdoors and all of the magical sights they have to offer? Then why not go on an adventure with loads of ...

Can you eat Hogans Breakfast Sandwich in Kilmarnock?

Hogan’s Breakfast Sandwich is a breakfast sandwich that is not like your usual breakfast sandwich boasting 10 pieces of toast, 8 eggs, 8 rashers of bacon, 8 potato scones, 4 sausages, 4 black puddings, 4 hash browns, tomatoes and a big tin ...
Browse more things to do in South Ayrshire