Dublin – Wooly Ward’s Petting Farm

"Wooly Ward’s Mobile Petting Farm"

Wooly Ward’s Mobile Petting Farm

Wooly Ward’s Mobile Petting Farm will give your child a memorable experience that they will talk about for months afterwards.

A visit from Wooly Ward’s Petting Farm to your garden is a fantastic party event. It has been specially designed to work in a normal garden setting. They bring with them pigs, goats, lambs, hens, chicks, rabbits and lots more to you. The animals will perform in shows such as “No More Tricks” and “Sleepy Jack” and you will get a chance to lead, feed, groom and pet the stars afterwards. After the party food there is lots more fun "Wooly Ward's Petting Farm"with animal quizzes, painted animal tattoo’s and the animals love a sing song especially when the songs are about them!

They concentrate on bringing the children and animals together using a hands-on approach that’s fun and engaging, while getting the children involved in a range of activities such as grooming and feeding. These activities are designed to educate children and encourage them to develop an understanding of the animals and their care.

Online Booking:– You can book on line here through our booking link directly to the Wooly Ward’s Farm ticket sales 

A Farm to your Schools

Wooly Ward’s Mobile Farm can visit your school so there’s no travelling time to take into account. They can design a timetable with the school to give each class a chance to learn about the different animal habits & enjoy meeting them up close. Class interaction with the animals can range from 20-45 minutes. Each session will be designed around the age group of the children with the younger groups participating in an animal show & the older in an interactive quiz.

They can set a marquee & seating up in the school yard so weather is not an issue.

School Tour/Farm Visit

Experience a very special school tour at Wooly Ward’s Farm. Up to 3 hours of action packed activities in a safe environment. Each class allocated a team leader who will guide you around the farm. Tours commence from 10am each day commencing in May. Let the children be educated & entertained at the same time! Ideal for children up to 2nd class.

Book early to avoid disappointment – limited number of places each day

For all enquiries and booking please call: 087 367 6787

Email: [email protected]

Wooly Ward’s Birthday Parties on The Farm

Wooly Ward’s Activity Farm is the ideal location for your birthday party or any other special event such as Montessori visits and School Tours."Wooly Ward's Easter Camps"

Why not take over the farm and see where the animals live. A full range of activities can be arranged for your farm visit including animal petting, pony rides, cup cake decorating, arts and crafts and much more. Let Wooly Ward’s Farm transform your children into “Farmers” for the two hours.

They supply the party food as well.

Wooly Ward’s Activity Farm Themes Events

Wooly Ward’s Farm hosts Special Event Days over the Summer. Events include the Fairytale Summer Party, Teddy Bear’s Picnic & Harvest Festival to name but a few.

For all enquiries and booking please call: 087 367 6787

Email: [email protected]

Wooly Ward’s Farm Weekend Visits

Why not bring the family out for a couple of hours to visit the farm. Visit includes a one and a half hour guided tour, with free refreshments afterwards. Price €10 per child and €6 per adult.

Open 2pm – 5 pm Saturday/Sunday from March 23rd!

Directions to Wooly Wards Farm

Located just off the N2 on the Swords – Ashbourne road, Wooly Ward’s Farm is ideally situated close to the greater Dublin area and east Meath.

From M50

Take the N2 off the M50 and take exit 3 off the N2 for Ashbourne. At the roundabout take the Swords road R125. Follow this road passing Donaghmore Church on your left hand side and further on the Broadmeadow River also on your left. Take the next left R130 in the direction of Garristown. You will see a sign for Sam Dennigan. Follow this road for over a km and look out for Wooly Ward’s Farm sign on your right hand side after the yellow bad bend sign.

From Newry/Navan/Kells

Head south for Ashbourne on the N2. At the 1st roundabout (the Pillo hotel is on your left) take the N2 motorway. Take the next exit 3 for Swords. At the roundabout take the Swords road R125. Follow this road passing Donaghmore Church on your left hand side and further on the Broadmeadow River also on your left. Take the next left R130 in the direction of Garristown. You will see a sign for Sam Dennigan. Follow this road for over a km and look out for Wooly Ward’s Farm sign on your right hand side after the yellow bad bend sign.

From Swords

From the old castle in Swords take the R125 to Ashbourne passing JC’s and Dunnes on your right hand side. Follow this road to Rolestown passing Kettles Hotel on your left hand side and then the old school on your right hand side. After the school take the second right in the direction of Garristown. DO NOT TAKE THE TURN FOR OLDTOWN. You will see a sign for Sam Dennigan. Follow this road for over a km and look out for Wooly Ward’s Farm sign on your right hand side after the yellow bad bend sign.

From  Balbriggan

Take the Balbriggan/Naul road. You will arrive in the Naul opposite Killians Pub (resist the temptation to go in!!) Turn right and take the next left towards Garristown. Follow this road for a few miles passing Armstrong Machinery on your right and then a turn right for Garristown. DO NOT TAKE THIS ROAD BUT THE NEXT RIGHT. Be careful turning as the road veers left for Oldtown and can be dangerous. You will know you are on the correct road if you pass a graveyard on your right. Follow this road for a few miles going through a crossroads until you reach a t-junction. Veer left on the main road towards Swords. Then watch out for Wooly Wards Farm on your left a few hundred metres up the road.

 

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