- Learn 300 years of family history and a bunch of fun stories and anecdotes about the residents of this stately manor
- Tour the old Cobbe family home and see a unique collection of Irish furniture and Old Master portraits and landscapes
- See Shetland and Connemara ponies, piglets, goats and chickens in the family farm
Wondering what a farmer's life was like in 18th-century Ireland, apart from the whiskey and freezing winters? Tour the Newbridge House with a live guide and see the unique furnishings, hear great anecdotes from days of yore, and visit the working farm with ponies, pigs, and chickens on your own.
The Georgian Villa known as Newbridge was built in 1747 for the then Archbishop of Dublin, Charles Cobbe (1686-1765) and was home to the Cobbe Family until 1985.
With your engaging guide leading the way, learn the history behind the oil paintings, plush furniture and other trappings of the upper classes.
Afterward, see the old working farm and set the kids loose among the ponies, pigs, goats, and chickens at the working farm. Or tire them out in the state-of-the-art adventure playground. Or both.
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- Train: All trains to Donabate Train Station
- Buses: Lines 33, 33B, 41-N to Donabate Train Station + 6-minute walk