Causey Farm is home to pasture-fed sheep and cattle with 350 acres of rolling farmland. The Murtagh family breeds and trains sheepdogs and visitors can see them working in the fields during their visit. The small herd of Connemara ponies, natives of the west of Ireland calmly welcome a friendly pat or a handful of grass as they pass along the farm trails through fertile grassland.
The nineteenth-century stone barns are used for traditional music workshops, take part or just soak up the atmosphere. Lilly Murtagh is renowned for her cooking and visitors can make traditional soda bread using her recipe. This is a real treat straight from the oven after you've spent time in the fresh air.
Moo-ral art - each family will get a box of chalk and a classroom sized blackboard to draw their favourite ice cream or produce any other artwork they want to impress with.
Toppings challenge - see how long it takes to find all six ice cream toppings in the laurel garden.
The Causey flower power house – come on in, it’s an outdoor version of your home and gives a whole new meaning to interior (or is it exterior?) decoration.
Working farm – there are plenty of animals to see, cows and calves, sheep and lambs, horses and donkeys, a retired camel, alpacas, llama, hens, turkey, geese, ducks, rabbits and the pigs with their cheeky little piglets. They have really missed people during this lockdown.
Let’s scream for ice cream – enjoy a complimentary scoop along the trail.
Fancy footwork – can you guide the ball through the ice cream maze?
Giant bubble blowing – fun for children big and small.
Don’t forget to stop by the Cow’s Lick Cream Parlour where there’s not only ice cream, but there will be waffles, crepes and homemade treats.
All tickets must be pre-booked. Tickets on sale now.
- Fun for all the family - interactive activities with engaging guides.
- Milk a cow, see the farm animals, cuddle a lamb or even a sheepdog puppy.
- Smell and taste your own bread fresh from the oven.
- Watch out for their special themed events throughout the year.