Newgrange Farm is a 333 acre farm situated in the beautiful and historic Boyne Valley and surrounds the famous national monument of Newgrange, in County Meath.
A visit to Newgrange Farm and Archaeological Park will give a truly marvellous insight into farm life today and in older times.
Open since 1988, it is one of Ireland’s leading genuine working farms open to the public. The farm, only 30 minutes from Dublin, surrounds the famous national monument of Newgrange, in County Meath. It is a family owned and run working farm and educational facility, where adults and children can try bottle feeding, holding, feeding, petting and seeing all the farm animals and poultry and so much more.
On Sundays and Bank Holiday afternoons (weather permitting) come and watch, and maybe become part owner of one of the sheep, in the Newgrange Farm Stakes Sheep Race. For booked groups and when there are sufficient numbers requiring it and farm work allows, a tractor trailer farm tour is available, down through the farm crops and livestock to the River Boyne and national monuments.
When you have worked up a good appetite, come and eat traditional home cooked food in The Old Byre Coffee Shop or relax in one of the outdoor or indoor picnic areas. The gift shop has an array of toys and gifts to remind you of your memorable day out.