Enjoy the Great Outdoors this Winter

We’re partnered with our friends at Newbridge House and Farm in Donabate to give you a great excuse to wrap up and get out and about in the fresh air on two lovely family adventures this winter! Buy a ticket at the Admissions Desk for the Fairy Trail at Malahide Castle before the end of February and get one FREE CHILD ENTRY to Newbridge Farm. Visit the ponies, pigs and piglets, goats, ducks, chicks and all the other animals in the farmyard and paddocks and enjoy 20% off at The Farm Shop while you’re there! Ask our Admissions staff for more info.   What better way to spend time with all the family, if you’re 2 or 102! Experience the magic of the Malahide Castle Fairy… View Article

Malahide Historical Society Museum

Malahide Historical Society welcomes you to our new museum in the Malahide Castle complex. The museum is an eclectic collection of artefacts and memorabilia focusing on Malahide and its environs. While the focus of Malahide Castle is the historic Talbot family who lived there for over eight hundred years, the museum is dedicated to the people who lived, worked and played in the village and the surrounding area. Malahide’s rich heritage dates back thousands of years as was revealed in an archaeological ‘dig’ that was carried out on Paddy’s Hill over twenty years ago. However, most of our current displays represent times much closer to our own. These are an eclectic mix of artefacts, pictures and domestic items that show the evolution of the area… View Article

Battle of the Boyne Conservation Project

National Gallery launches major conservation project on Jan Wyck’s painting of The Battle of the Boyne   Wednesday, March 4th 2015   Malahide Castle and Gardens, Co. Dublin   The conservation of Jan Wyck’s painting, The Battle of the Boyne (1693), is the first major off-site conservation project being carried out by the National Gallery of Ireland, in collaboration with Malahide Castle and Gardens. This historic and impressive painting (219 x 302 cm) was bequeathed to the National Gallery in 1936 and has been on loan to Malahide Castle since 1976. Over the coming months the NGI Conservation Department will carry out full-scale conservation work in situ, and visitors to Malahide Castle will have the opportunity to view aspects of conservation work in progress.   As… View Article

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  • From 9.30am- 5.30pm Monday-Sunday
  • Last guided tours of castle at 4.30pm or 3.30pm Nov-Mar
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