Tullyboy Farm is a family-run, real working visitor farm in a beautiful setting around a Georgian farmhouse and buildings, with mature trees and lake views on the Roscommon and Leitrim border between Boyle and Carrick-On-Shannon.
The attraction offers fun, educational, and cultural activities for families and all types of groups in a safe environment. There is a whole range of activities available, from miniature tractor barrel rides and straw dives for goodies, to a playground, lots of animals to get up close to and hand feed and cuddle, tractor-trailer rides (if sufficient numbers permit), and pony rides by lead rein (when available).
Farmer Matt specialises in providing guided tours for groups, especially three-hour school tours packed full of fun and education. They also run special events on long weekends, including Easter egg hunts at Easter weekend and ram racing with teddy jockeys, tug-o-war games, and more over the Bank Holidays in the summer.
The farm specialises in group tours (over 10 persons) and also offers enjoyable guided tours for school tours, OAPs, clubs, special needs persons and groups, and more.
Tullyboy Farm will tailor your tour to the requirements of your group and make it a fun, interesting, and educational experience for everyone. There are plenty of hands-on activities for both young and old to enjoy. Don't miss the Rural Life Museum, where you can get a feel for the Ireland of 50-100 years ago. Groups must book in advance and food requirements can be catered for.
The farm is open May-August inclusive, and weekends from Easter to the end of April. It opens for tours from March-September, with summer camps running in July and August.