Strokestown Park House is an 18th century mansion in Co. Roscommon that retains its original furnishings and documents. This evocative estate is a capsule in time showcasing an Irish ‘Big House’ and Georgian Ireland in its purist form. The walled garden gives a unique insight into horticultural practices and garden architecture from the 1740s to the present day.


17 March to 31 October
10.30am – 5.30pm
Tours three times daily

1 November to 16 March
10.30am – 4.00pm
Tours once daily


Strokestown Park House, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon.
+353 (0) 71 9633013

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3 days ago

Strokestown Park

HOORAY Spring is nearly here. Our Snowdrops are back. A real welcome beside the avenue coming into Strokestown Park. #spring #loveroscommon #galanthus #galanthophile #springbulbs #lovegardening #outdoors ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

Strokestown Park

Now in Stock in the Famine Museum Book Shop:
The Hungry Road by Marita Conlon-McKenna. The wonderful new Book from the Author of Under the Hawthorn Tree.#lovereading #maritaconlonmckenna #irishfamine #history #ireland #loveroscommon #ryantubridy
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1 month ago

Strokestown Park

Looking forward to The Christmas Market this weekend again on Bawn Street #loveroscommon #Strokestown #crafts #shopping #irelandshiddenheartlands ... See MoreSee Less

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2 months ago

Strokestown Park

Strokestown Park Victorian Christmas Experience. Big thank you to all who came to meet Santa Mrs Claus and the Elves during the weekend. Hope you had as much fun as we did. Even The Duke is getting into the spirit of things Ha ... See MoreSee Less

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Irish Famine Summer School 2020 at Strokestown Park: Call for Papers:
The deadline is today - but worth contacting them for an extension if interested.

This Wed 13th Jan is the deadline for proposals for the Irish Famine Summer School which takes place in June @strokestownpark #Roscommon. Read the Call for Papers here

“The famine was a ghost and it stepped on to the ship with them.”
Listen back to Marita Conlon-McKenna talking about her new famine-themed novel #TheHungryRoad on @RyanTubridyShow @TransworldBooks @strokestownpark @famineway @RTERadio1 #Highlights

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