Welcome

Strokestown Park is a unique historic property in Co. Roscommon in the west of Ireland and is the home of the first landlord to be assassinated during the height of the Great Famine of Ireland the 1840s.  Strokestown features a Georgian Palladian Mansion with its original furnishings and fabrics, the National Famine Museum & Archive and Historic Gardens & Woodlands.  Since 2015, Strokestown Park is cared for by the Irish Heritage Trust, an independent charity.  

 

 

Visit

Strokestown Park House and the National Famine Museum are open seven days a week. In spring/summer it is open from 17th March to 31st October from 10:30am - 5:30pm with daily tours at 12:00pm, 2:30pm and 4:00pm.  In autumn/winter (1st November to 16th March) the House is open from 10:30am - 4pm with tours  at 2.00pm during these months.  Produce from the original working gardens are grown by volunteers and used in the Strokestown Park Café. There is ample parking and coaches are very welcome.

House Tours & Events

There's always something to do at  Strokestown Park! A range of cultural events for all ages and interests take place throughout the season including garden, craft, seasonal and family events, evening concerts and seminars.

 

For Strokestown Park Tours and Events Click here

Strokestown Park House

National Famine Museum

Great Famine Voices Roadshow

Famine Summer School 2018

Gardens and Woodlands

Café & Shop

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If you are considering volunteering at Strokestown Park, have a read of the following feedback from Mary, one of our wonderful and dedicated..

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Jerry Mulvihill (Visual Artist) speaking this afternoon. The title of his talk was “Visualizing the Famine”. #FSS2018 #strokestownpark #irishheritagetrust

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Martin Curley is speaking now. The title of his talk is “Using DNA to reconnect the Famine Diaspora with their Irish family”. #FSS2018 #strokestownpark..

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