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.

Open

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

Contact

Strokestown Park House, Strokestown, Co. Roscommon.
+353 (0) 71 9633013
info@strokestownpark.ie
strokestownpark.ie

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Strokestown Park

The joys of Summer the wildflower meadows are buzzing and hopping with life these days #irishheritagetrust #irelandshiddenheartlands #wildflowers #biodiversity #loveroscommon #lovenature #Strokestown #staysafe #stayconnected ... See MoreSee Less

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Strokestown Park

Papaver orientale Allegro looks stunning in the herbaceous border these days #irishheritagetrust #irelandshiddenheartlands #loveroscommon #lovegardening #staysafe #stayconnected ... See MoreSee Less

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Strokestown Park

Saw this bee enjoying the Centaurea montana in the herbaceous border, this is a super plant for all bees and very easy to grow. #irishheritagetrust #irelandshiddenheartlands #loveroscommon #lovenature #gardening #biodiversity #stayconnected #staysafe ... See MoreSee Less

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Strokestown Park

Big Thank You to John Mc Dermott for these great images taken in the wildflower meadow. Everything is bursting into life #irishheritagetrust #irelandshiddenheartlands #loveroscommon #lovenature #irishwildflowers #wildflowersofinstagram @ Strokestown Park ... See MoreSee Less

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Cork families! Arboretum & Gardens @Fotahouse open 9am-6pm daily 🌳Walled & Pleasure Gardens 🌱Victorian Working Gardens open M-F til 3pm with plants grown by Fota Gardeners avail to buy ☕️ Bakestone Café takeaway coffee + snacks W–Su 11am-5pm https://t.co/YlgVEyEd5m
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