This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Wheelchair
We visited this attraction in south west Wales with my daughters, one of which is in a wheel chair. They have a couple of rides which are wheel chair accessible; a tractor train ride around the farm and a very large big wheel. There are a few disabled toilets, one of which has a manual hoist and a height adjustable bench, this was of great use to us. It is a reasonable fee to get it, with a carer getting in free of charge. There are some rides which you have to purchase tokens to use, the tokens are 50p each (I think we spent a total of £5 on these tokens) A huge amount of the attractions are under cover, there is a massive indoor play area, with soft play for younger children and large adventure play for older children. We were very impressed with the attraction, so many little play parks dotted around for the kids to run riot on, the place was clean and tidy. A few hills to navigate to get around the zoo and up to the big wheel. http://www.folly-farm.co.uk/
Transport & Parking
Disable parking was as close to the main entrance as possible
Everything was easy to get around, ramps up to any change of height. There are some hills around the zoo area which some wheel chair users may need assistance on.
Multiple disabled toilets, one with a hoist and changing bench - Almost a changing places toilet.
Very friendly and helpful
Anything else you wish to tell us?
The operators of this park have obviously considered the needs of their disabled visitors. I would recommend a visit and wouldn't hesitate to visit the attraction again if I was in the area.