Set on 26 acres, the impressive park features over 30 buildings in a ‘living’ village and rural setting. Rural farmhouses, village shops and streets are recreated and furnished as they would have appeared at that time according to their social standing, from the poorest one roomed dwelling to Bunratty House a fine example of a Georgian residence built 1804 home of the Studdarts, the last family to occupy Bunratty Castle.
When you visit Bunratty's 19th Century Folk Park you experience a reconstruction of the homes & environment of Ireland of over a century ago.
In line with World Health Organisation and Health Service Executive guidelines, we have put a number of measures in place to ensure the health and safety of our visitors and staff thereby facilitating a safe and enjoyable visit to our attraction. For More Information, please see our Health and Safety Charter page.
A one-way tour has been introduced for your comfort and safety. Please follow the Bunratty Trail signage throughout the Folk Park. We have also introduced two daily time slots to facilitate social distancing. Please ensure you stick to the timeslot booked.
For your convenience, attached you will find a PDF Map of the Park.