An Autumnal Festival - Arts, Wisdom & Wellbeing

Friday, 11th (mini evening programme), Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th October 2024 10am-6pm daily Children under 12yrs must be accompanied by an adult

€ 80.00 EUR
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A celebration of the changing seasons in the majestic grounds of Lisnavagh House.

A showcase event for The Farmyard Lisnavagh - click here for more information

Tickets include -

  • Entry to festival & the grounds of Lisnavagh House
  • Access to activities (subject to spaces available)

(Not included - sauna & hot tub/ice bath, holistic treatments, bee therapy, donations, food & drink)

Children under 12yrs must be accompanied by an adult.
An Autumnal Festival - Arts, Wisdom & Wellbeing

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If you feel like embracing the mid October elements, we have camping available from Friday - Monday.


Please note that all of our onsite accommodation is taken for facilitators and artist, however please see our recommended local accommodation here. Local B&Bs and hotels will be running deals especially for our guests, please contact us for more information about this at

Shuttle Bus from Carlow

To make the festival more accessible this year, we will be offering a shuttle bus service to and from Carlow town. Click here for more info

Buy Bus Ticket


We intend for Hidden Hearth to be a festival for everyone to enjoy, thus are making it a priority to make it as accessible as possible to all. 

Hidden Hearth has the following services to support our disabled festival goers:

  • Wheelchair accessibility at Woodland Stage
  • Wheelchair accessible toilets (one in the campsite and one in main area).
  • Accessible Camping Area
  • Cold storage for medicine
  • Blue badge parking
  • Wheelchair accessible shuttle bus from Carlow

If you would like to book one of the above services please email us on

Services for disabled people are managed by the Accessibility Lead who will be based in the Cad é an Craic Caravan. Please come and see them. The more that we know about services that you would like and any problems encountered around the site, the more we can help everyone to enjoy the festival.

The Accessibility Team do our best to help onsite, but we have found that the biggest factor in having a good time at a festival is the planning that you do yourself. If you need more specific advice please contact us and we will try to advise you.