We are delighted that we will be re-opening the Gates of Strokestown Park on Monday, May 18th giving access to the front Grounds from 10.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday. This is in keeping with Phase 1 of the Government’s Continue reading →
The National Famine Museum at Strokestown Park and the Irish Heritage Trust are launching the Great Famine Voices Roadshow 2020 “Famine Heroes” virtual events season of documentaries and online lectures from April 19 t0 May 31. These “Famine Heroes” virtual Continue reading →
Following Government advice in relation to COVID 19, Strokestown Park & the National Famine Museum will be closed until further notice. The health and safety of our volunteers, visitors and staff are of utmost importance to the Irish Heritage Trust. Continue reading →
The National Famine Museum at Strokestown Park, Roscommon is to host the historical exhibition “A Forgotten Polish Hero of the Great Irish Famine: Paul Strzelecki’s Struggle to Save Thousands” ” from 14th March to 24th May Continue reading →
Strokestown Park, 23rd October 2019: Brendan Griffin T.D., Minister of State for Tourism and Sport today announced Fáilte Ireland investment of €3.9million for the new National Famine Museum at Strokestown Park in Co. Roscommon. This is the largest investment Continue reading →
We were honoured to welcome President and Sabina Higgins to the National Famine Museum in early July. The President officially opened the newly refurbished National Famine Museum in 2013 (which was opened in 1994 by President Mary Robinson) and Continue reading →
Celebrate Easter at Strokestown Park, Co. Roscommon in the idyllic setting of our walled gardens at 1pm on Easter Sunday, 1st April. Children will search for clues in the nooks and crannies of the garden to receive the chocolate Continue reading →
In line with continuing COVID 19 related restrictions,
Strokestown Park House and National Famine Museum will remain closed until further notice.
In the meantime, Strokestown Park's parklands are open for all to enjoy.