Please mention Family Fun when booking!
Airfield Farm in Dublin is a perfect day out with fun for kids and all the family, only a few minutes from Dundrum Town Centre.
Airfield farm is a working farm and is based on the traditional farming practices of mixed animal husbandry. The farm is complete with an assortment of sheep, pigs, goats and chickens to name a few and their placid Jersey herd are some of the most beautiful animals you’ll ever see.
The farm at Airfield is a perfect working example of environmentally sustainable agriculture in Ireland. They encourage visitors to explore, experience farm life up close and even get hands-on
Daily activities on the Farm
- 10:00 am – Egg Collection
- 10:30 am- Jersey Herd Milking
- 11:00 am – Calf Feeding
- 3:30 pm – Animal Feeding
Remember the animals don’t always do schedules, so activity times vary from time to time
All of the daily activities are included with your admission ticket
There is always something different to see and do at Airfield and as the seasons change so do their events.
Find out what is going on at Airfield
Airfield Farmers Market
Each Friday from 9:30 am to 2 pm, the Airfield Estate Farmers Market is a place where you can meet some of the best Irish and organic food producers that Ireland has to offer.
Produce ranging from locally grown fruit, veg, preserves, chutneys, jams, breads, pastries, meats, fish and much more are on offer to sample, enjoy or take home.
Experience a personal service and hear the maker’s food stories first hand.
Every Friday from 9.30 am – 2 pm
Free Market Entry & Parking
Airfield Overends Kitchen
Pause for lunch in their lovely Airfield, Overends Kitchen and even hold one of your family events there.
Overends Kitchen is where they bring you the true taste of Airfield, turning everything they grow and farm on the estate into seasonal dishes that leap off the plate with colour and flavour. And, because they offer everything from their own freshly ground speciality brew coffee to tasty brunches and lunches – Overends Kitchen a food-lovers haven for friends, family and gatherings.
Car Museum at Airfield House
If you love cars you will adore the Car Museum at Airfield House, with the Overend’s family cars; Letitia’s 1927 Rolls-Royce, Naomi’s 1936 Austin-Tickford, and Lily’s 1920’s Peugeot.
Airfield’s charming gift shop is stocked to the brim with beautiful gifts, classic toys, and honey from Airfield Farm.
Airfield Children’s Play Area
The Grey Barn
They have designed a special new indoor/outdoor play space for the youngest visitors (0-4) at Airfield, bringing them right up close to the experience of food, farming and the natural world.
They are also developing new play areas for older kids in the Woodlands these will be completed later in year.
Airfield School Tours
The Airfield School tour is a fun packed day of learning and adventure! Tailoring the day to your class, their age and specific needs, you will interact with all elements of the estate. From the gardens to the farm as well as the house and play areas, your students are bound to have a fantastic day in the open air, learning about their food and where it comes from.
Keeping group sizes small, the Airfield education team will bring the students on a four hour adventure on the farm, meeting all the animals, plants and nature that make Airfield estate a very special place. With activities like bug hunts, pond dipping, butter making and seed sowing, never mind the fun farm games like wellie toss, obstacle courses and tug’o’war, your students will have a great day and go home tired after having all the fun on the farm.
Tours run from 10.00am to 2.00pm and cost €12 per child with teachers free!
- Adult €12
- Senior/ Student €9
- Children €6
- 3 and Under are FREE
- Carers – Free
Airfield Opening Times:
To visit, you will need to pre-book a day ticket before you arrive. 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.
Wednesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm
How To Get To Airfield House Dundrum
M50 Southbound: Take Exit 13, continue through the roundabouts for Dundrum till you pass TESCO, the road dips & you pass straight on through a junction. As the road rises & swings round to the right stay right. Airfield is on the right.
M50 Northbound: Take the exit for Dundrum, at the second crossroads turn right. The road runs fairly straight before swinging to the left. Airfield is on the left just past the bend.
From City Centre: Via Ranelagh, Clonskeagh, Goatstown, straight on through the Goat Grill junction and take the left at the second crossroads (set of traffic lights). The road runs fairly straight before swinging to the left. Airfield is on the left just past the bend.
Bus Stops / Routes
75 and 86 stop outside Airfield
48A, 44 and 44B stop at Dundrum Village
11 and 11B stop at The Goat Grill
Take the Sandyford “Green” Line to Balally Station. When you get out of the station turn right, follow the Wyckham bypass up the hill swinging around to the right. Airfield is just ahead about 150 meters. It’s a quick walk and one well worth making!