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The House is unique in that it retains all of its original furnishings and can be seen by guided tour.
The Famine Museum is located in the stable yards of Strokestown Park. When what remained of the original property was purchased, an archive of papers relating to the management of the estate during the 1840s came to light. This collection is now regarded as the single best private archive on the Great Irish Famine in the world.
The six-acre Walled Gardens have been faithfully restored to their original splendour and give an insight into horticultural practices and garden architecture from the 1740s to the present day. The Georgian peach house and vinery date back to the 1780s and exceptional views of the estate and gardens are obtained through two splendid tripartite Venetian windows in the Georgian Gazebo house.
The herbaceous border has been entered into the Guinness Book of Records as the longest in Ireland and Britain.
- Eighteenth century Palladian mansion with original furnishings
- Famine Museum featuring the single best private archive on the Great Irish Famine in the world
- Six-acre Walled Gardens
- Longest herbaceous border in Ireland and Great Britain
Open Year Round
Mid-March - October
Daily 10:30 - 17:30 with tours of house at 12:00, 14:30 and 16:00
November - mid-March
Daily 10:30 - 16:00 with tours of house at 14:30
Closed: Christmas week - see website for closing times
Last admission: at time of last tour, as above
Approx. visit duration: 1 to 4 hours (visitor's choice)
Senior (aged 65+): €12.00
Student (with valid ID): €12.00
Child (aged 5-17): €6.00
Toddler: (aged 0-4): Free
Family (2 adults and up to 4 children): €28.00
Other Useful Information
Leaflets available in French, German and Dutch.
DINING / REFRESHMENTS
Café/restaurant serving tea, coffee, snacks, meals, wine, soft drinks.
Gift shop selling crafts and books. Garden and plant shop.
PARKINGCar and coach parking on-site.
Partially accessible (to the first floor) with accessible toilets.
Free Wi-Fi available.
Strokestown is 144km from Dublin, 23 km from Longford on the N5. Strokestown is also on all bus routes.Strokestown Park Nearby Attractions
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