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Friendly Farm, Dublin

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  • I took my tween daughter and her friend there and they had such a great time! I did not expect to stay as long as we did! They loved feeding the goats, sheep, and cuddling with the chickens. The... 
    I took my tween daughter and her friend there and they had such a great time! I did not expect to stay as long as we did! They loved feeding the goats, sheep, and cuddling with the chickens. The...  more »
  • Very interactive, so much to do, super friendly staff, and all for a great price. The farm was a little bit too far away for us to make a day trip out of it, so we stayed in a hotel overnight I made.....  more
    Very interactive, so much to do, super friendly staff, and all for a great price. The farm was a little bit too far away for us to make a day trip out of it, so we stayed in a hotel overnight I made.....  more »
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  • Hands down one of the best experiences one can have is going to The Friendly Farm. This is bucket-list material. I'm serious. Hanging out with pygmy goats? Spending the day with llamas and sheep? PICKING UP BABY CHICKENS? PETTING BUNNIES??? This place is great for kids, teens that can appreciate a good time, college students, or couples on a date. Bring a lunch, sunscreen, and a little bug spray and get ready for the time of your life. If you're really lucky, you'll be able to bottle feed a baby pygmy goat. The Friendly Farm is an honest to goodness 5 star delight :)
  • This was a wonderful experience for both the 8 year old, the 3 year old and the adults. Prices are very reasonable, with an included discount option, for when you happen to come back again when you pay to have a child become a (junior farmer). The array of animals was just enough to keep the young ones interested. And the fact that you are able to not only look at, but also can touch and feed a majority of the animals makes for a wonderful experience. With many photo opportunities. I would highly recommend this place for anyone looking for a semi-relaxing day out with their children.

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