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.
Please note we have made Changes due to Covid and follow strict health and safety regulation.
We are open from 11:00 to 4:00 pm every day of the week and have started tours of the house again at 12:00 and 2:00pm every day.
Spaces are limited to 15 on each tour and all must wear masks on the tour of the house we have a first come first serve policy and encourage you to call between 11:00 and 4:00 and book a place on the tour time and day of your choice
The Famine Museum and gardens are self-guided and do not require any booking are space reserving.
Our cafe is open again in a limited capacity and we are serving delicious Coffee and teas with desserts again. All is being served with takeaway in mind. We have limited seating inside and a fantastic amount of seating under bunting and trees outside
Our Hot food at this time is limited to homemade soup (served again in takeaway containers)
There is ample parking and coaches are very welcome. Strokestown Park is operated by the Irish Heritage Trust, an independent charity.
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.