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Nov 28, 2011

Folly Interactive - entertain and educate

Folly Interactive - entertain and educate

Folly Interactive is a sensory based education centre that allows every visitor to Folly Farm the opportunity to engage with animals and the environment using sight, sound, smell and touch.

Listen to the parrots as they watch TV, touch a snake and learn why they shed their skin, guess the fruits of the rainforest through smell alone, and see marmosets leap through the trees chasing each other playfully!

With learning opportunities abundant regardless of age or ability this exciting new educational experience is an opportunity for the whole family to learn something new in a fun and exciting way!

Folly Farm

WINNER of BIAZA Award 2011 (small collection) for Best education project: public and general visitor 

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