Meath- Newgrange Farm


Newgrange Farm

Newgrange Farm in Meath is a genuine family owned and run working farm and educational facility, where adults and children can try the “hands on” experience of bottle feeding, feeding, holding, petting, and seeing all the usual farm animals.

Newgrange Farm pet farm is hours of fun for all the family , cuddle a rabbit, hold a chick, pet a pony , groom the calf, play with the pigs, feed the ducks or maybe bottle feed the pet lambs or kid goats and view  Newgrange Farm displays of vintage farm machinery – farm animals – poultry – pheasants – crops – wool – herb garden – rural life museum – blacksmiths forge.

The Newgrange Farm tour  takes approx 1 hour.

Guided tour around farm via Boyne, national monuments, crops, livestocks, etc. Ride takes approx. 20 mins.

On Sundays and Bank Holiday afternoons come and watch, and maybe become part owner of one of the sheep, in the Newgrange Farm Stakes Sheep Race. Great fun for all the family.

Eat traditional home cooked food in The Old Byre Coffee Shop or relax in one of their outdoor or indoor picnic areas. The gift shop has an array of toys and gifts to remind you of your memorable day out.

They welcome prebooked groups of both adults and children. Each group tour is tailor made to the groups requirements.

The disabled will find most of the farmyard and buildings accessible and toilet facilities are provided in the coffee shop building.

School Tours/Groups – Must be Pre booked


Newgrange Farm Facilities

  • School Tour Lectures / Project Room
  • Outdoor And Indoor Picnic Areas
  • Toilets / Disabled Toilets
  • Car/ Bus Park
  • Gift Shop
  • Nappy Changing Area


Newgrange Farm Birthdays Parties

Don’t forgey you can now have your birthday party on the farm. Cakes, buns, sweets and prizes are all available for your party.

All Birthday Parties must be pre-booked. Contact Farmer Bill  Tel. 353(0)419824119


Newgrange Pet Farm Special Events

A range of seasonal events are run throughout the year.


Directions To Newgrange Farm

  1. Take the M1 to the Slane exit and then the N51 towards Slane for approx 4½ miles.
  2. Take the N2 or N51 to Slane or the N1 to Drogheda. Then the Slane – Drogheda section of the N51 approx 3 miles from Slane or 5½ miles from Drogheda.


Family Fun Tip:- Newgrange Farm is well signposted off the N51. Do NOT follow the Newgrange Bru na Boinne signs, only follow the Newgrange Farm signs.




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