Birthday Party’s at Tullyboy Farm

Make memories for your child by holding their birthday party at Tullyboy Farm.  We will do our utmost to make the day special for him/her.   The visit includes a tour with Farmer Matt (or other guide) to visit all the areas of the farm and hand feed the  the animals and cuddle the puppies.  It includes a barrel ride, a visit to the playground, straw-dive for goodies, a pony ride (by lead rein) and a bonus  tractor trailer ride down the farm (weather/land conditions permitting).

The package includes lunch in the birthday den of nuggets/sausages/chips and jugs of soft drinks.

Things Parents Need to Know:

Cost per child:   €14

Minimum Number of Children:  10

Duration of Party:  2.5 hours

Parents:    Free (or two adults)

Other Adults:  Charged at normal admission prices (Priced seasonally).

CAKE:  You bring the cake and candles and we will set it up for you.  Bring extra goodies if you wish.

Available when:   All year except Jan/Feb/ up to 16th March (when we are closed)   Also this particular package is NOT available on special event days, i.e. Christmas, Halloween, Easter etc.    However, if you have a birthday party at this time we can arrange for you to visit as a group  and will give you a quote for same.


Ring Matt on 087 63 252 93 for more information or email Eileen on or contact form on website.






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Had a fun time with all the lovely animals my favorite was the little hens but I also liked the ducks, they where funny as they walked around in a big group making quaking noises as they walked
Had a great time, i really loved the little lambs. We went to see the baby cows and they were having there lunch.Farmer Matt let us help feed them there milk and we then helped put clean straw in the barn so they could go to sleep.