Heads of Ayr Farm Park
About Heads of Ayr Farm Park
The Award Winning Heads of Ayr Farm Park - providing fun for the whole family since 1993.
Acres of outdoor space to explore with Play Parks, Bumper Boats, Quad Bikes, Camelot Play Castle. As well as loads of friendly animals like Horses, Goats, Camels, Lemurs, Monkeys, Otters and more...
Play inside in our Giant 2-story soft play with huge drop slides and battle your friends and family in Fowl Play Air Cannons.
Enjoy the relaxing atmosphere in Stables Coffee Bar or Roosters Snack Bar with a variety of hot and cold food on the menu.
...And explore Little Critters Animal Barn and meet some of our mischievous, smaller residents up close and personal... such as Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Skunks, Ferrets and Parrots. As well as lurching into our Aztec Ruin Reptile Area home to Snakes, Lizards, Chameleons and Creepy Crawlies.
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