Lurgybrack Open Farm, County Donegal

4.2
#15 of 69 in Outdoors in County Donegal
Lurgybrack Open Farm is located in County Donegal. Our Letterkenny vacation planner makes visiting Lurgybrack Open Farm and other Letterkenny attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Great wee farm not a lot of animals there but the play park and water slide & barrel run make up for it, it's really reasonably priced (€7 each) which includes everything the only extra is the pony ri...  more »
  • Had a wonderful day at this open farm with four kids aged 4 to 13. There was a big crowd at the farm but there were no long queues at any of the activities. the playground, zip line and slide were pro...  more »
  • Very good. It was raining when we went but still had a good time. Plenty of soft play areas and bouncy castles. Some larger animals, but not a massive amount, you can walk around all the large animals...  more »
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  • I was visiting Letterkenny with my children & was taken to the farm by another family. It has so much for children of all ages. We had taken food & drinks with us & relaxed at the picnic tables while the children had a go on the zip slides & water/tire suds slide. We fed the animals & bounced on trampolines. Spent the day & we're tired out for the journey home. Brilliant!!!!!
  • So much to see and do for the kids. It was surprising. Large playground bouncy castle and lots of animals to see. Only 4 stars because they charge adults entry and there is nothing to do for adults. Makes no sense to me.
  • Really great family day out! Amazing equipment and activities although don't go on a wet day as all the equipment will be wet and muddy!!
  • A lovely fun day for the kids plenty of space and pubic areas. Everything included in the price except for pony rides. A couple of euros extra though is not a problem. Nice short nature trail giid selection of animals and loads to play on. Zip wire, big slide, bouncy castles both under cover and outside if the weather not great. Plenty of picnic spaces and no problem bringing you own food.
  • I loved this place as did the kids. It's a great set up and lots for kids to do and see. I highly recommend it!

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