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|Farms and Animals|
|Heritage & Historical|
|Indoor Play Areas|
|Kid's Activities and Clubs|
|Museums & Art Galleries|
|Outdoor Play Areas|
|Outdoor Pursuits & Nature|
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|Zoos and Wildlife Parks|
here's something for everyone at Leslie Hill.
Leslie Hill will provide everything a family needs for a great day out. It is a compact estate of arable and grassland, woodland, yards, paths and lakes. The layout of the estate has altered little in the last two hundred and thirty years; house and land has been carefully conserved by the Leslie family. There's a lot to see and do; experience a living history as you wander through the Georgian Farmyard among farm machines, carriages and carts, of a bygone age.
Leslie Hill is a unique place with open spaces and an air of peace and serenity. Visitors can walk through wooded avenues to the walled garden, along the paths to the lake and through idyllic parkland for a view of the 18th century house. Bring a picnic or call at the Tea Room. Children will enjoy barrel train and pony rides. Take a stroll along the paths to the lake. Let the children see the large and small animals and try to find the 'Leslie Hill Ladies' in the Walled Garden. Leslie Hill has something new to offer in each season.
Animals and birds include donkeys, ponies, rabbits, guinea pigs, poultry, ornamental pheasants, a pair of wallabies, geese, llamas and deer.
We can't always guarantee the weather but we will guarantee that you will leave this lovely place feeling refreshed and relaxed.
Large restored walled garden.
Facilities are located in the main farmyard 200 metres from the Garden.
Spring highlights: Drifts of spring bulbs throughout estate.
Summer highlights: The garden comes into it's own. Fruit trees, borders, rose arches and secret places make this garden a special hidden gem.
Autumn highlights: A unique border entirely planted with white Japanese anemones
Activities and events at Leslie Hill are updated on our new Facebook page under Leslie Hill, Ballymoney.