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.
Due to the Government’s decision to move to Level 5 within Government Plan for Living with Covid-19, our Parklands remain open 7 days a week. Strokestown Park House, the National Famine Museum, Gardens and Woodland Walk will remain closed until further notice.
We would like to reassure you that the health and wellbeing of our visitors and staff continue to be our number one priority. We ask that visitors are mindful of the distance they travel to visit us and adhere to the issued guidelines.
Fáilte Ireland Safety Charter
We have made changes due to Covid-19 and follow strict health and safety regulations and we are delighted that all of our Irish Heritage Trust staff here at Strokestown Park have completed the hygiene and safety training to obtain the Fáilte Ireland Covid-19 Safety Charter. Further information about the Fáilte Ireland Covid-19 Safety Charter is available here.
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.
Our Parklands remain open 7 days a week within the Level 5 restrictions.
Strokestown Park House, Gardens and the National Famine Museum remain closed until further notice.
We would like to reassure you that the health and wellbeing of our visitors and staff continue to be our number one priority.