Dartfield Equestrian and Heritage Centre is set in 350 acres of parkland just outside of Loughrea, County Galway and visitors are welcome to explore walking trails, see the farm animals, and take part in the many activities available, which include horse riding, sheepdog demonstrations, and clay pigeon shooting. The museum is dedicated to Irish horses, Connemara ponies and Irish dogs, Dartfield Equestrian and Heritage Centre is an ideal venue for coach parties, school tours, corporate days out, exhibitions, and meetings.
Dartfield House is steeped in Irish history. The original house was built in 1827 by Henry Blake, a member of one of the historical tribes of Galway. The museum buildings were redesigned from the old courtyard in the grounds of Dartfield House.
You can also visit the coffee shop and gift shop or enjoy farm walks. Watch master blacksmith Stephen Quinn at work, and visit his studio.
Dartfield Shop stocks a wide range of equestrian wear and tack brands, including Horseware, Ekkia, Mackeys, Celtic Equine, USG, Tuffa, Hoggs of Fife, and Stuebben.
Please pre-book for any activity.