Farmleigh House and Estate

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Farmleigh House and Estate

What you'll do

Explore this eclectic Edwardian mansion and its vast seventy-eight-acre estate.

Visit the Farmleigh House and Estate with Go City®

  • Enjoy a tour of the mansion and learn all about its historic furnishings and important artworks.
  • Step outside to explore the walled and sunken gardens, and scenic lakeside area. 
  • Your pass gives you access to many more Dublin attractions, so don't forget to check them out.

This Irish State guesthouse in Dublin’s Phoenix Park is reserved for dignitaries and visiting guests of the nation. You'll get the chance to explore the unique Edwardian house which blends a variety of architectural styles. Enjoy a guided tour, see the resplendent furnishings and artworks up close, and learn all about its famous guests. After exploring the interior, venture out onto the vast grounds and admire the sunken gardens, Victorian and Edwardian ornamental features, and serene lakeside area. There's even a working farm on the estate with a herd of rare Kerry cows.

More About the Farmleigh House

In the heart of Dublin you can find the stunning Farmleigh House and Estate, a place where history and natural beauty coexist. Visitors can expect to explore 78 acres of gardens, lakes, and woodlands once visited by Queen Victoria and Princess Grace of Monaco.

Whether you are a seasoned traveler or a first-time visitor, Farmleigh House and Estate is a must-see attraction when visiting Dublin. Thanks to Go City® Dublin, adventure awaits those who want to experience everything this estate has to offer while enjoying incredible savings. From guided tours to picnicking and everything in between, the Dublin Pass unlocks access to over 40+ Dublin attractions, including Farmleigh House and Estate. 

Did you know

  • In 1873, Farmleigh House was purchased by Edward Guinness who commissioned many of its features.
  • Notable visitors include the Chinese Prime Minister, Queen Elizabeth II, and the King of Malaysia.
  • Farmleigh was opened to the public in July 2001.

Experience Farmleigh House and Estate and many other attractions with the All Inclusive Pass.

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