The wider demesne of the 300 acre Strokestown Estate is currently inaccessible to the public and we have plans to develop this to be enjoyed by visitors in the coming years. We began to make parts of it Continue reading →
The beautiful historic vaulted stables are beneath the room where the internationally significant Strokestown Great Famine Archive is stored. There is potential to bring this space back to life and share it in multiple ways for small and large events. Continue reading →
The compelling Strokestown Famine Archive – most of which has not seen the light of day in over 170 years – was discovered by chance by Jim Callery in 1979 and led to the establishment of the 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.