Anseong Farmland is a great place to go with kids, especially during these long summer days. I would classify it as a petting zoo plus! There are all kinds of animals that can be pet including goats, sheep, cows, horses, bunnies, and more.
I may have a slight case of lash envy! lol This mama has two babies that still have their spots, so cute.
There are also chipmunks, in addition to this space they have mesh wire tunnels that run through the trees that they can run through.
There are two bird houses where for the price of 1,000 Won you can buy a little bag of seed to feed to the birds and they will fly over and eat it out of your hands. The bird houses are our favorite place in park.
While we were in the bird house I kept hearing what I thought was a Korean man’s voice, but we were the only one’s in there, so I thought maybe there was a recording but of course we couldn’t understand it. It kinda freaked my girl out she kept saying “Maybe we aren’t allowed to be in here.” It took us about 5 minutes to figure out that it was actually this guy! So funny!
In addition to the animals there is a beautiful Lotus Pond, a few carnival rides, a train that will take you around the property (personally I find this train ride to be boring and a waste of money but that’s just my opinion), pony rides, a trampoline zone, plus a coffee shop, restaurant, and gift shop. The additional activities do have an additional cost, but you can still have a great time even if you skip all of the extras. One of the things that I really like about the park is the size. It’s big enough that the kids can run and get their energy out but not so big that you can’t easily see the entire thing. There is also a small park and while it only has a couple of things, one of those things is a zip line, and my kids absolutely love it. The park opens at 10:00 am, we arrived around 11:00am on a Tuesday and had the entire place to ourselves, and closes at 18:00. The basic admission fee is 8,000 Won for kids 3-18 and 10,000 Won for adults 19+.
The restaurant and gift shop look like half timbered German buildings which if you’ve read some of other posts you know that I love. 🙂
The Lotus Pond
349-11 Sindu-ri, Gongdo-eup, Anseong-si, Gyeonggi-do