Fun for all the family

Tayto Park is Irelands only Theme Park and Zoo, located just 30 minutes from Dublin.

Thrill seekers will love The Cú Chulainn Coaster, Europe’s first wooden rollercoaster with an inversion, and Viking Voyage at the Park, a water flume attraction complete with Viking village, guaranteed to add a splash of excitement to your visit.

There are a huge variety of attractions, 100+ in total and certainly something for everyone to enjoy. Challenge yourself high in the sky on the Extreme Climbing Walls or let the kids explore one of the Playgrounds, Steam Train Express or Mini Ferris Wheel before exploring the Tayto Factory Tour, free with entry.

The Zoo at Tayto Park is home to a variety of exceptional animals. From mischievous meerkats to the largest of the big cats, the Amur tiger. Not to mention the new “World of Raptors” free flying birds of prey exhibit. Witness some of the world’s largest eagles, fastest birds of prey and impressive vultures.

There is also a great selection of food options at Tayto Park. From stone-oven baked pizza in The Pizza Place and flamin’ delicious burgers in the Argentinian Grill, to daily carvery dinner options, salads and sandwiches in the Lodge Restaurant.

New attractions at Tayto Park
In 2017, Tayto Park opened 2 spectacular attractions – Viking Voyage at the Park, a Viking themed water flume attraction and The World of Raptors free flying birds display, which showcases some of the world’s most impressive birds of prey including vultures, eagles and falcons!

In 2018, Tayto Park opens Ireland’s first driving school for kids, where children can drive on a purpose built, road marked course before getting their own driver’s licence and this summer, a Spinning Coaster, which promises to leave kids dizzy with excitement.

  • Irelands only Theme Park and Zoo
  • Extreme Climbing Walls, Playgrounds, Steam Train Express or Mini Ferris Wheel
  • There is also a great selection of food options at Tayto Park
  • Driving School for kids

Open April to December

April: Saturday and Sunday 10:00–18:00
May and June: Daily 10:00–18:00
July and August: Daily 09:30–19:00
September: Saturday and Sunday 10:00-18:00
October: Saturday and Sunday 10:00–17:00
November: Saturday and Sunday 10:00–16:00
December: Friday 12:00–17:00 / Saturday and Sunday 10:00–17:00


Admission Prices 2018

Ticket Type                                           Off Peak / Peak
Entry Only:                                                    €15.00 / €17.50
Entry & Unlimited 
Attractions:                €30.00 / €35.00
Online Entry:                                                €15.00 / €17.50
Online Entry & Unlimited 
Attractions:   €28.00 / €33

Useful Information

Check out their range of facilities, services, accessibility, and other useful information.

DINING / REFRESHMENTS: Four Restaurants and numerous coffee / snack outlets located throughout

SHOPPING: Three gift shop available on site offering Tayto Park merchandise

PARKING: Free parking available for car or minibus, please use either the Main Car Park or Cheese & Onion Car Park

ACCESSIBILITY: The park aims to make its attractions as accessible as possible however, certain rides and attractions in the park can be physically demanding and vigorous

GROUPS: If you are visiting as part of a larger group, or are bringing a group, please contact the Bookings department on 01-8351999 and they will advise you on your best course of action

Getting There

Take exit 5 off the M50 northbound, continue on the M2 to roundabout, take the first exit and follow the signs for Tayto Park

Map Location: 53.545127, -6.460101
Contact Tayto Park

Kilbrew, Ashbourne, Co. Meath, Ireland

Eircode: A84 EA02
T: +353 (0)1 835 1999
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