The Irish Heritage Trust partnered with Teagasc and the Irish Agricultural Museum to undertake conservation work and develop a new and exciting ‘3in1’ visitor experience at Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens. The Castle at Johnstown is a gem of gothic revival architecture and opened in summer 2019 to the public for guided tours for the after restoration.  The castle is surrounded by spectacular ornamental grounds designed by Daniel Robertson and offer a range of beautiful sculptured walks, lake walks and a Victorian walled garden. The Irish Agricultural Museum is housed in the former estate’s farm buildings and displays one of the most comprehensive displays of farming and rural life in Ireland.

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www.johnstowncastle.ie

for opening hours.

Contact

Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens
Co. Wexford
Y35 HP22

+ 353 (0) 53-9184671
info@johnstowncastle.ie

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Theres no rest -or midterm - for the wicked & grinds continue in the Visitor Centre for witches until Saturday (yes, that cat is well sketchy...) ... See MoreSee Less

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As we're in Level 5, Halloween will be a little different so we're asking readers to send in photos of how you're celebrating it this year. Maybe your family Halloween dress up pictures or a message to family you didn't get to trick or treat this year.
Just email it to us at wexfordphotos@peoplenews.ie by Sunday, November 1st with details of who's in the photo, where you're from and we'll print your picture in next week's paper!
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And now the full moon is high over the Park, Midnight will take Cornelius searching for his head.... ... See MoreSee Less

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🐝Another great boost for the Irish Black Bee as our latest project to develop an apiary on the grounds of the Fota Estate is underway. This project is being developed in conjunction with Fota House and Gardens🐝(Photo of Tony Varian, member of the IBCP)

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