Airfield Estate and Farm

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Discover a world of seasonally-inspired food and fun at Airfield Estate – located beside the Balally Luas stop. This hidden gem is one of the best spots to spend a few hours this summer, with acres of green space, farm animals, beautiful gardens and woodlands to explore.

To visit, you will need to pre-book a day ticket or if you’re an Annual Pass holder you don't need to pre-book but you may have to queue at the entry point when the Estate is at capacity.

Airfield have created an interactive visitor trail which will bring you around the Estate once and should take about 40-60 minutes to walk. The map illustrates the one-way trail which is designed with safety in mind for both staff and visitors.

Enjoy your time by walking the set paths we've created and to not dwell in any area to ensure social distancing for groups ahead and behind you.

While the restaurant isn't open, there's a numner of food options avaiable including a prebooked picnic from Overends Kitchen from €12.50 for 2 kids or €22 for 2 adults. Find out more here or you can enjoy a coffee from our horse box coffee kiosk (Monday - Sunday) or the Stables cafe.

Although the world might look a little different right now, at Airfield Estate there’s still space for kids and adults alike to explore and enjoy a change of scenery, while making new discoveries and memories.

Tickets to visit should be pre-booked at

Airfield Estate and Farm
4 years ago

Horned melons, electric daisy and exploding cucumbers are not the first crops that spring to mind when you think of Airfield's garden produce.
However these are just some of the more unusual crops that we're currently harvesting from our polytunnels.
The added warmth provided by these protected structures enable us to grow tropical crops that otherwise would not flourish in our less than tropical climate!
Sweet potatoes, giant chilies and strawberry popcorn are the next unusual crops ready for harvest, so keep an eye out in Overends Restaurant for a chance to taste some of these tropical treats. #airfieldestate

Airfield Estate and Farm
4 years ago

The gorgeous autumn sun is back but who else just wants to keep pressing the snooze button this morning? #sleepingbeauty #airfieldestate #wakeupandsmellthebacon

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