Browse through our list of Frequently Asked Questions . . .

If you can’t find the answer to your question drop us an email on or ring us on 028 9048 3244.


1. What are your opening times?

We are open 10.30am to 5.00pm daily!

(Opening times for our Events will differ)

2. Can I cancel or change my booking?

Tickets are non-refundable. However, you can change the date of your ticket up to 24 hours before your visit by logging into your account. If you have any problems, please call the office on 02890483244 or you can email us on

3. What ID should I bring to prove I’m a carer?

ID must be shown if you are a carer. This can be a DLA Letter, Carer’s Allowance Letter or a Letter from your Doctor.

5. How long do I have at the farm?

We are open 10.30am to 5.00pm, you can come at anytime and stay as long as you like! Last admission is at 4pm.

During events, we run timed sessions and you can only stay at the farm during your session.

6. Can I bring my dog?

Sorry folks, no dogs are allowed on the farm! Only our collies Chase, Jed and Pip. Guide dogs are allowed.

7. What is your policy on children/teenagers attending the farm?

Children under the age of 16 cannot attend the farm without an adult present. For any children aged 12+, an adult can remain on site but does not need to go around the farm with them. As long as there is an adult on site in case of emergency. 

8. What is included in my ticket?

Included in your ticket: Entry to the Farm, Food for the Animals, Tractor Rides, Barrel Rides, Animal Cuddling, Play Areas, Shows

9. Family Tickets

You can bring any 4, 5 or 6 people on a family ticket. It does not have to made up equally of adults and children. It can be any 4, 5 or 6 people!

10. Is the farm wheelchair accessible?

Our farmyard is wheelchair accessible, except for our nature trail which has uneven ground. We even have a wheelchair accessible tractor ride!

11. How do I get to the farm?

Our address is 38 Ballyhanwood Road, BT5 7SN. We are a 5 minute drive from the Ulster Hospital & a few minutes from Dundonald Ice Bowl. There is no direct bus to us unfortunately, but you can get the 4c or 4d bus to Dundonald Ice Bowl. However, the Ballyhanwood Road is bendy with no footpath so it would not be safe to walk up. We recommend getting a taxi from the Ice Bowl just to be safe.