Armagh Apple Farm is owned by Philip and Helen Troughton of Ballinteggart House, Drumnasoo Road, Portadown. Makers of award-winning cider and apple juice, this year they are celebrating their 13th year in business, and 8th Open Farm Weekend!

The Troughton family have been growing apples at Ballinteggart for four generations and is the home to Armagh Cider Company which is the first commercial cider company in Northern Ireland.

Having grown from strength to strength, in 2016 they celebrated their tenth birthday and the range now includes award-winning traditional and flavoured ciders, as well as apple juice and cider vinegar – all made using Armagh Apples grown on the farm!

We are hosting a range of fun and free activities on both Saturday and Sunday from 10 am. As well as guided tours of the orchards, production unit and bottling room, there are activities for the kids including treasure trails, orchard train, live demonstration beehive, and apple peeling competitions, including the chance to make your own apple juice!

There will also be the opportunity to taste lots of delicious apple juice (ciders for mums and dads!) and a host of fantastic apple-based food available to purchase from local producers, including BBQ and Ice Cream.

Helen says “We’ll be welcoming people to the farm from 10 am – with a BBQ and locally made Ice cream, which you can enjoy in the shade of our lovely apple trees. We’re also happy for people to bring along a picnic. But if the weather isn’t the best we have plenty of activities inside our very large farm buildings so you’re guaranteed a great day out no matter what the weather is!

As our farm is also home to a Horse Stud, you may be lucky enough to see some newborn foals. We also have pygmy goats, but we do ask that you do not feed the animals.


Come visit Armagh Apple Farm on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th June 10am-5pm

If there are farm animals on your farm, should we bring anything for them?

As our farm is also home to a Horse Stud, you may be lucky enough to see some new born foals. But we ask that you do not feed the horses.

What should we bring on the day?

There will be a BBQ available on the day and we’re happy for people to bring along a picnic which they can eat in the shade of our lovely apple trees. If the weather isn’t the best, we would suggest that you bring wellies and raincoats, although we will have plenty of activities inside our very large farm buildings

How do I get to your farm?

To get to Armagh Apple Farm take the Dobbin Road from Portadown to Armagh and take the third turn off on the right for Drumnasoo Road (turn off at Classic Fireplaces between Allens Honda & Bryan Hynds). We are the last lane on the left before the bridge – you will see the Bank of Ireland Open Farm Weekend sign. The farm is at the end of the lane. You’re all very welcome!

Alternatively, take the Loughgall Road from Portadown. The Drumnasoo Road will be well signposted on your left. We are the first lane on the right after the bridge.

Should we bring a packed lunch or snack, or will food be available?

Apples are the theme of the day and we will be having plenty of local suppliers join us to offer apple-based foods to all our visitors.There will also be a BBQ and Ice cream for visitors, or you can bring a packed lunch if you’re planning to make a day of it!

Where will we be able to park?

We will have ample parking on-site at the farm.


You can contact us using the details provided below or alternatively you can complete the online enquiry form opposite:

Name: Armagh Apple Farm

Tel: 028 3833 4268



Address: Armagh Apple Farm, Ballinteggart House, 73 Drumnasoo Road, Portadown, Craigavon, Co Armagh, BT62 4EX.



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