Newbridge House & Farm

Step back in time in Ireland’s only intact Georgian mansion

Visitors to Newbridge House can learn about its illustrious history on a guided tour through three centuries of history in Ireland’s only intact Georgian mansion and estate. 

About Newbridge House

Built to the design of James Gibbs in 1747 for the then Archbishop of Dublin, Charles Cobbe, the house has passed from generation to generation of the Cobbe family. The interiors, from the Red Drawing Room to the Cabinet of Curiousities, are remarkably complete and amongst the best preserved in Ireland. 

In 1985 the family gave the house and sold the demesne to Dublin County Council (now Fingal County Council) entering into a rare agreement under which the historic family-owned pictures, furniture, chattels and documents, are kept in situ whilst the Cobbe family remains in residence. As a result of this agreement, the interiors of Newbridge House are remarkably complete and amongst the best preserved in Ireland.

Newbridge House Farm

Newbridge House and Farm are proud to introduce their new interactive farm trail. Get out and about in the fresh air on their new interactive Farmyard Discovery Trail. The new trail allows visitors to navigate their way around the farmyard, pond and paddocks, completing challenges, making new farm friends and lots more. 

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