Information about Tayto Park
Tayto Park is a themed amusement park and zoo, located in Kilbrew, near Ashbourne in County Meath. The park was opened in November 2010. Located 30 minutes from Dublin City Centre, Tayto Park hosts a variety of activities suitable for all ages. It is the sixth most popular paid for attraction in Ireland with 750,000 visitors in 2015.
Image: The Cú Chulainn Coaster in Tayto Park, Ireland
Tayto Park is Ireland’s only Theme Park and offer a huge variety of things to see, do and experience! Tayto Park has attractions for all ages, from thrill-seekers looking for an adrenalin rush to their youngest guests who can enjoy fun and exciting activities.
Tayto Park offers an exceptional and diverse animal collection which features many conservation dependent species. Their zoo is home to a variety of taxa, from the largest of the big cats, the Amur tiger, to the illusive and stunning Ocelot. The zoo also has a growing primate collection which includes Squirrel monkey, Red-bellied tamarins and our newest arrivals the Geoldi's monkey . Discover their selection of beautiful and colourful birds from around the globe and make sure not to miss their marvellous meerkats!
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