Visit Leahy’s Open Farm in Cork
Visit Leahy’s Open Farm in Cork

Visit Leahy’s Open Farm in Cork

The obstacle course is a real challenge for the older kiddies, it requires a lot of balance, co-ordination and skill to get across without making a mistake along the way. All new Digger Park at Leahy’s Open Farm. This is one of the first opportunities that kids can actually work a real JCB mini digger. Find your way around the little forestry where there are lots of animals and birds to be seen, you will then come across the Beehives. The size of the maze is just under one acre, so its probably one of the largest mazes in Ireland.

What is the admission price?

General admission to the farm only costs €11.50 and tickets are valid for four hours. Under 2s can enter for free.

A 9 hole golf course, simple you might think, but there are so many obstacles in your way that it is a real challenge even for the best of the crazy golf goer’s, its great fun for all ages. Quad and Barrel train rides for you to take a spin on. This is seriously fun for mums and dads too. This large building houses the indoor go kart arena, slides and tunnels, sandpit, basketball hoop and rings and lots more…. Even after all the running around and activities at the farm, children still seem to have enough energy to jump around in the play barn and it gives adults a break for a while to enjoy a cup of coffee.

  • Monday – CLOSED
  • Tuesday – CLOSED
  • Wednesday – 2:30 to 19:00
  • Thursday – 2:30 to 19:00
  • Friday – 9:30 to 19:00
  • Saturday – 9:30 to 19:00
  • Sunday – 9:30 to 19:00

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