A countryside escape in the city
Airfield Estate has been part of Dundrum’s history for over 100-years and the town has grown around us, so we’re two minutes’ drive from Dundrum Town Centre and 15-minutes from Dublin city centre.
How to get to Airfield
Take the LUAS to the Balally stop. Turn right when you exit the station, walk up the hill and you can’t miss us.
There's bike parking at Airfield for you to park up before you enjoy your visit to the Estate or Overends Kitchen.
The following Dublin Bus routes will bring you to Dundrum village and drop you within a few minutes walk of Airfield Estate.
11,14, 14C, 44, 44B, 75, 116 and 175
By Car or Coach
Take the M50 to Junction 13, follow the R826 for 2 kilometres to Overend Way and we’re just there on your right.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does it take to visit Airfield Estate?
We recommend allowing at least an hour to explore! Most people spend 2-3 hours here at a time.
We don't have an ATM at Airfield Estate. There is one located in the local newsagent at the Balally Luas stop.
There is Overends Kitchen which is located outside the admission area. They serve locally sourced food for breakfast, brunch & lunch. The Stables café is inside the admission area and serves hot drinks and snacks.
Carers go free at Airfield Estate.
Yes, we have a youth rate for people aged 18-25. Please bring your id. to avail of this.
This ticket is for children aged 4 - 17, all children 3 and under are free.
As we are a working farm the only dogs permitted are guide dogs or assistance dogs.
We want you to enjoy the Estate in your own time, so please leave any wheeled toys and balls at the gate and collect them when you leave.
We're a working farm so we ask that you don't pet or feed our animals. We feed the animals at 3.30 pm so please join us for this each day.
Get in touch
Airfield Estate, Overend Way, D14 EE77, Ireland
t: +353 (1) 969 6666