Visitor Attractions

Newbridge House

Newbridge House is a fine Georgian mansion built by Archbishop Charles Cobbe in 1736. The house remained with the Cobbe family for almost 250 years and is now owned by Fingal County Council. In a unique agreement the Cobbe Family has provided, on loan to the Council, the original furniture, pictures and other works of art on display in the ground floor rooms of the house.

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Newbridge Traditional Farm

Newbridge Traditional Farm is a museum of 19th century rural life installed in the picturesque old buildings around the 18th century courtyard of Newbridge House.

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Newbridge Demesne

One of the finest examples of an 18th century landscape the extensive 145 hectare park includes a restored Victorian style Kitchen Garden, a wildlife and deer park, playing, picnic and walking areas, and a 19th Century working farm.

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