Doonies Farm

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Doonies Farm

Doonies G.jpgIs a working farm tourist attraction family business run by Mr and Mrs Lennox in Aberdeen City. Doonies Farm covers 134 acres on the southern side of the city from the Nigg Bay to Cove and with its amazing views of the coast visitors are assured that their visit will be worth while.

During your visit, make the most of the facilities provided such as a free car park, including a picnic area with magnificent views of the cliffs and the north sea. As part of the experience, visitors are encouraged to also feed the animals on the farm with fruit and vegetables.  A perfect day out for the whole family!

Doonies Farm works with the Rare Breed Survival Trust (RBST) as well as individual breed societies to help conserve many rare and endangered native farm animals.

Opening times for Doonies farm.

From 1st March to 31st October the farm is open daily from 10.00am until 4.30pm.

From November to February we are only open at weekends from 10.00am until 3.00pm.

Admission Charges

Family Ticket (2 adults and a maximum of 3 children) £ 10.00

Adults- £ 4.00

Children- £ 2.50

Under 2's free entry

Educational groups

Adults- £ 3.00

Children £ 2.00

Guided tours are available on request at a cost of £ 10.00 per hour

Please phone for bookings (cancellations must be notified at least one week before the intended visit)


Facilities at the Farm
Car park
Picnic area
Wheelchair access
Paths suitable for wheelchairs and buggies
Disabled facilities
Children's play area
Guide dogs are permitted

Click here to see the different varieties of farm animals at Doonies Farm

Things to bear in mind whilst at the farm:

Supervise children at all times
Wash hands thoroughly after touching the animals
Use hand gels
Do not consume food once you have entered the farm
No pet dogs allowed
No smoking
It is particularly recommended to visit Doonies Farm at Easter when the chicks and lambs are around.

All of the beef sold at Doonies farm is born and reared on the farm click here for more information