Visitor Information

Visitor Information

Since 2015, Strokestown Park is cared for and managed by the Irish Heritage Trust, an independent charity. By visiting Strokestown you are supporting the conservation of this special place and helping us continue to bring it back to life for future generations.

House Tours

Strokestown Park House and the National Famine Museum are open seven days a week. In spring/summer we are 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 – 4.00pm with tours at 2.00pm during these months.

For more information on tours, please telephone 071 963 3013 or click here to make an advance booking.  Click here for group tour bookings.


Entrance includes the Guided House Tour, National Famine Museum (self-guided) and the Gardens. The Woodland Gardens are free.

Adult: €14.00

Concession: OAPs & Students: €12.50

Child: €6.00 (Under 5s: Free of Charge)

Family Ticket: €29.00 (Max 2 Adults & 4 Children)

For groups over 10 people: €11.50

Please note that access to the house is by guided tour only.

Café & Shop

The Café at Strokestown Park serves an array of light snacks and hot meals. Produce from the original working gardens are grown by volunteers and served in the Café. It is located in a restored 17th-century building which was once part of the original fortress structure of the O Conor Roe clan who were dispossessed by the Mahons in 1653.  The unique surroundings generate a wonderful ambience where visitors can complement their visit to Strokestown Park by choosing from a selection of wholesome home-baked treats.

The Gift Shop at Strokestown Park stocks a selection of specialised books, gifts, souvenirs, jewellery and local crafts.  We also stock replicas relating to the Great Famine of Ireland including a copy of the Clonahee Petition.