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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Thank you to everyone who attended the Women In Visual Arts event in Strokestown Park last weekend. We were delighted that so many of you made the trip. And of course a special thanks to all the wonderful speakers and contributors to the event. ... See MoreSee Less

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Really looking forward to a wonderful Christmas Market in Strokestown this year, has to be the best setting for a Christmas Market. #shopping #crafts #irelandshiddenheartlands #christmas #markets #Strokestown #Roscommon #artisan #goodfood ... See MoreSee Less

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John O’Driscoll, GM @strokestownpark speaks about the impact of @Failte_Ireland’s Platform for Growth has had on Strokestown Park & The National Famine Museum and how it has helped them to develop as visitor attraction within #IrelandsHiddenHeartlands

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The @strokestownpark Victorian Christmas Experience is back for 2019! Lots of festive attractions for all of the family including meeting with Mrs Claus, traditional crafts. Booking is essential to avoid disappointment. https://t.co/jNJMcshGcT #bringingplacestolife #christmas

John O’Driscoll speaks about the impact of
@Failte_Ireland Platform for Growth has
@strokestownpark & National Famine Museum & how it has helped develop a visitor attraction within
@IRLHHeartlands #DevelopingTourism2020
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⁦⁦Our CEO Anne O’Donoghue discussing #PeoplePlaceParticipation and our wonderful Volunteer programme #volunteer #DevelopingTourism2020 ⁦@IRLHHeartlands⁩ ⁦⁦@ancienteastIRL⁩

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