|The Courtyard 254b Wellshot Road, Glasgow East End G32 7AX|
|Tollcross Childrens Farm and Visitor Centre Website|
Tollcross Children's Farm and Courtyard are located at the Wellshot road entrance to Tollcross Park.
The Courtyard, which dates back to the 19th century, was restored in the late 1990's with help from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic Scotland.
The old East Lodge buildings were developed as the Visitor and Environment Centre, the Children's Farm was refurbished and the Courtyard was repaved with traditional cobbles conserving the image of bygone days.
There is lots to see and do, from discovering the fascinating world of animals and insects, to seeing the story of Cock Robin in 3D.
Tollcross Children's Farm is home to a wide variety of animals, from the usual farmyard favourites such as sheep, pigs and chickens to the more unusual, such as the colourful lovebirds and alpacas.
There are ample car parking facilities in the Sport centre car park, immediately adjacent to the Courtyard entrance.
The Courtyard also has disabled toilet and baby changing facilities.
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