Leahys Open Farm

Dungourney, County Cork

An open farm located near Dungourney, County Cork

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Situated in East Cork, just 3 miles from the lovely village of Dungourney, bordering Cnoc a Ceo Woods, this family run farm is open to visitors of all ages for the Summer and Christmas seasons. We have a large selection of animals on display - Camel, Monkeys, Rheas, Llama, Alpacas, Snakes, Sheep, Goats, Horses and lots more. There is so much for the children to do, from feeding the lambs to holding the snake to catching mice and they especially love to cuddle the fluffy rabbits. There is Go Karting and Boat Rides and Indoor and Outdoor Playgrounds, Tunnels and so much more to see.


Directions to Leahys Open Farm - Dungourney

Located 2km from Dungourney.

Sat Nav: 52.008709,-8.072380

* Pictures; courtesy of photographic unit of the department of environment, heritage and local government.

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