Join Kevin the Kid and his farmyard friends on a brand new interactive adventure at Newbridge Farm!
Join Kevin and his friends Tammy the Tamworth, Percy the Peacock and Rua the Robin on our brand new Farmyard Discovery Trail.
Pick up an interactive booklet at the Admissions Desk and use it to navigate your way around the farmyard and paddocks, completing challenges and learning lots on the way.
Say hello to our horses, ponies, goats, pigs, ducks, rabbits, cows, sheep, owls and much more
Meander through the walled garden and orchard and enjoy all our plants and flowers (but please don’t pick them!).
Solve puzzles, take rubbings and fill in the blanks to earn a special sticker in the Farm Shop at the end of the trail.
Here at Newbridge Farm we help to protect many traditional and rare breeds. The animals at Newbridge can move about freely and express normal patterns of behaviour. Please do not feed the animals as they are already on a balanced diet! We are proud to promote compassionate farming methods, respect for all animals and sustainable biodiversity.
Please note: Newbridge Farm is closed on Mondays from October to March.
How to Find Us
We’re only 30 minutes by car from Dublin city centre and parking is free. We’re easy to access by bus and train too with regular services from Dublin. Find out more on our Plan Your Visit page.
We can’t wait to see you on the farm!
The Paddock are home to a myriad of our larger animals, such as horses, cows, sheep, goats, and pigs!
Newbridge is home to many different rare and native breeds, such as Irish Moiled Cow, a herd of Kerry Cattle, Irish Draught horses, and more unusual types such as falabella, Jacob sheep, and the impressive Gloucester Old spot pig.
Our latest addition to the farm include a herd of Alpacas!
Don’t forget to stop by the Mooternity ward to meet our newest arrivals.
Pond & Aviary
The Pond is where you’ll find gaggles of geese, a paddling of ducks, Tanzanian black swans, and the odd mischievous goat!
Squawking away in our aviary is an array of birds, from smaller budgies and lovebirds, to our resident Bengal owls – Ben and Boo!