Airfield is a 35 acre estate with working farm, formal gardens, café and shop situated in Dundrum, Dublin. It is a non profit Charitable Trust set up for educational and recreational purposes.
Airfield is a place that reconnects people and nature, it is a place where they can reflect, be replenished and celebrate the fusion of man and nature through the activities of farming and gardening. We aim to nurture a respect and awareness of the natural environment.
This magnificent estate, looking out on the South Dublin Mountains, is open to the public
The out buildings have been converted into print and photographic studios and there is a vintage car museum containing a 1927 Rolls Royce, a Peugeot, also purchased in the 1920's and a 1936 Austin Tickford.
The working farm has a number of different breeds of cattle including Jersey, Aberdeen Angus, Chaolais and Belgian. Blue, donkeys, sheep, pigs, goats, varied poultry, and miniature Shetland ponies.
Airfield runs an extensive education programme involving schools throughout Dublin and an arts programme featuring concerts, exhibitions, workshops, visual arts and photography.
In addition to the thousands of trees planted recently and to increase the bio diversity of the area, the Airfild wet woodland will be opened to the public at the end of July adding to this exciting oasis of nature just ten minutes from Dublin city.
An inspirational range is offered including active learning and cultural experiences that grow out of Airfield's natural resources. We aspire to make Airfield accessible to people of all ages and communities.