Loughcrew Adventure Centre, Oldcastle

(4.3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • We were a small group taken out by Killian. We had such fun trying to overcome obstacles, climbing, balancing, blind walking through small tunnels, bog walking, obstacle coursing and having a good old...  more »
  • We went here to celebrate a birthday. We had a great leader in Hayden who was full of fun and made it a brilliant experience for alll. Prepare for heights, thrills, water, mud and adrenaline. Brillian...  more »
  • Children had a great fun and adventure. Escorted adventure runs with site guide. Andrew E. Made it for the children. 
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  • It was a good day..But OMG it was very expensive...I would recommend you bring a lunch with you as the cafe us way over priced..The staff are friendly and dogs r welcome once they r kept on their leads..The zip line is great fun and the games in the forest but very over priced....they should have a family package and they should do better deals in the cafe. A small bowl of soup and Sandwich was 7 euros with no salad r Crips...I wouldn't be rushing back...
  • We visited yesterday with a seven year old. Had a nice visit but could be more for younger children. Swing and slide that is near the coffee shop is is for toddlers and not very inviting.Play area with swings, slides and climbing frame would be lovely and perhaps a small maze. Staff were lovely and helpful and as it was a fine day the gardens looked lovely.
  • TOTAL RIPOFF. Go to Tullynally Castle instead which are large, beautiful, well maintained gardens and only 5 euro in: A complete bargain compared to this waste of money. This place is really cheesey and pathetic, like something a bunch of kids would put together in their back garden, and just badly run. Places like this give irish tourism a bad reputation.
  • The garden is fairy themed. Food at the cafĂ© is not bad but nothing special
  • Avoid at all costs. Very expensive and staff just couldn't care less about how the customers feel and were just focused on what they were doing after work