Carole Nash Historic Festival – FAQs
All you need to know about the Carole Nash Historic Festival
The Carole Nash Historic Festival is on the 12th-13th of August 2023 at Mondello Park. Gates open at 9am.
No, there is no cash point/ATM on-site at Mondello Park. Most stands and food & beverage stands accept credit cards, but we’d recommend you bring some cash in case you need it.
We at Mondello Park are big fans of four-legged friends; however for their safety they are not permitted on-site on race weekends.
There will be plenty of food & drink stalls throughout the festival. We also have a full bar and restaurant on-site, so you’ll have plenty of options to choose from.
Yes, we will have a campsite facility for camper vans & tents for the Historic Festival. Closer to the event, we will release information about camping tickets.
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For those travelling by car, there is plenty of car parking available.
🚍By bus from Dublin, allow for 1 hour transit time to Naas and get off at Naas Post Office:-
*Please note timetables can vary
For personal use, handheld cameras and mobile devices may be used to take pictures and record video footage at Mondello Park.
The public cannot fly drones at or over Mondello Park for safety reasons. Official drones are sometimes used for official purposes; they are always kept clear of the public.
An ambulance will be on-site throughout the event for full-time medical support. The ambulance can be found by the tower in The Paddock.
CAR PARK INFO
The car park opens at 9am on both Saturday & Sunday.
The carpark cannot be used overnight. However, you can use the campsite if you wish to stay overnight. Information on camping tickets will be released closer to the date.
Yes, parking is free at Mondello Park.
Prices will be released closer to the date. You can sign-up for ticket alerts HERE, and we’ll let you know when tickets are released.
Tickets will be available online and must be purchased before the event. We cannot accept payment at the gate.
The event takes place in rural Ireland with large crowds in attendance. There is a risk of network coverage failures. Please remember to PRINT YOUR TICKET and bring it with you or SCREENSHOT YOUR TICKET QR CODE on your mobile device to avoid delays at the gate.
You can print your ticket or download it to your mobile device. It is essential that the QR Code can be scanned, so keep it in good condition.
Yes children also need a ticket, but usually at a reduced cost. All prices will be released closer to the date.
We regret that tickets for events cannot be exchanged or refunded after purchase. Your statutory rights are not affected.
No, if you are a carer for an attendee, you do not need a separate ticket.