Newbridge Farm, located near Donabate in North County Dublin is one of Dublin's most popular family attractions in a stunning rural setting.
At Newbridge Farm visitor will have the opportunity to see traditional and rare breeds of farm animals. From the Shetland and Connemara ponies, to pigs and peacocks, to hens and chicks, visiotors will see the animals at Newbridge roam around freely around their paddocks and yards.
At Newbridge, there is also an interactive discovery trail through the courtyard, paddocks and pastures where visitors will come across the farm animals.
Newbridge Farm Reviews
Lovely place to visit with little ones
"Lovely petting farm, lovely garden with big playground area. It’s a nice place to burn all those energies off. 😀"
Something for everyone!
"Having passed the sign on the motorway many times, I was delighted to finally get to visit Newbridge House and Farm on the 23rd. What a surprise! We really enjoyed the tour of the house, which was delivered in an informative and relaxed way. I think our guides name was Tuan.
The grounds and farm are beautiful and really well kept. There is a great variety of animals and birds - some of which were quite exotic. The grounds are free, and what you pay to visit the house/farm is well worth it. I had no expectations, and must say I was pleasantly surprised. A visit here is a great way to spend a few hours and I'd highly recommend it."
Visitor Information & Getting to Newbridge Farm
Newbridge House & Farm are located in Donabate - just 30 minutes by car from Dublin city centre and 10 minutes from Dublin Airport.
By Train: Take the Dundalk/Drogheda train from the city centre (including from Connolly, Tara Street and Pearse Street train stations) and get off at Donabate. Newbridge House & Farm is located about 15 minutes walk from Donabate village and train station. FOr more information, and to plan your journey, visit irishrail.ie.
By Bus: From Dublin city centre, take Dublin Bus Route No 33, 41 (b)(c), 43, and then connect with number 33b Go Ahead bus from Swords to Donabate. The bus stop is located at the main park entrance. For more information, and to plan your journey, visit Dublin Bus, and Go Ahead Ireland sites.