Muckross Traditional Farms

Max number of delegates
1000

The Traditional Farms are a recreation of a rural towns land in the Ireland of the 1930’s. They are actual working farms complete with people and animals. From a corporate business point of view they will give your clients a true taste of Ireland – its culture, history & people.

This can be in the form of an Irish Night in Quills farmhouse or by using the entire village to give a complete Irish experience with traditional demonstrations, good Irish Food and even better Irish Entertainment.

Step back into the past on Muckross Traditional Farms and visit a very different Ireland; the Ireland of the 1930s and 1940s. Then, a trip to the well was still a daily chore for the housewife, electricity had yet to be introduced to the countryside and the horse reigned supreme for transport and all farming activities with traditional farm machinery.

The Traditional Farm allows you to visit three separate working farms (small, medium and large), each complete with animals, poultry and machinery – to step back in time and experience Ireland of a by-gone era.

Experience our traditions, culture & crafts by immersing yourself in the various traditional Irish crafts & demonstrations on display.

The Traditional Farms can cater for groups of up to 50 pax in Quills farmhouse and up 1,000 pax by using the entire site with a glass sided marquee for food and entertainment element of the programme.

Another venue on the Traditional Farms is The Schoolhouse, which can cater for groups up to 180 pax.

All our programmes are bespoke and tailored to suit the needs, taste and budget of the client.

Corporate social programmes and gala banquets are catered for.

Facilities

  • AV equipment
  • Can offer offsite catering
  • Coach parking
  • External space for teambuilding
  • Exclusive use possible
  • Large scale banqueting space
  • Masterclasses, workshops, tours etc.
  • Natural daylight in meeting rooms
  • Onsite activities
  • Outside event spaces
  • Parking
  • Technician on-site
  • Wheelchair accessible
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