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I love Ballycross! I go here every autumn to see the animals, browse the gift shop and taste some juicey apples. The best part about Ballycross is that it is actually free to enter and visit. It's a little bit out of the way, located...More
Me and my family went to ballycross apple farm on the mid term break.It is a nice place to walk around the trails are a bit mucky so you should bring your wellies. The waffles are very nice here. My mam thought the apples are...More
Waited for months and finally I was there. Everyone is friendly, include horses, rabbits and pigs :P Feed them with apple is some experience for me :P I went on the yellow farm trail, nice walk, not too difficult at all. Appreciate the farm open...More
Definately worth checking out their selection of Irish fruit and vegetable juices. We have been serving them in the Chameleon Restaurant, Temple Bar for many years now and they are well received by our customers and always consistently delicious.
Ballycross is a real surprise. No entrance fee in, just a few euros if you want to use the new trails, the animals are kept clean and healthy, the hot apple juice and waffles are to die for.Kids of all ages seem to enjoy a...More
They are open on the weekends. You can get warm cider, hot chocolate, teas including herbal, coffee and of course apple juice to drink with your waffles. Toppings include chocolate syrup, apples, & fruit. Sometimes there are pies available.
Sold in the shop are 5...More
We have made many trips to Ballycross apple farm. It is a favorite with the kids ( 13,11,10 and 7) Apart for all the animals and fowl on display there is a failry new edition to the farm. It is a walk that takes you...More