Strokestown Park and The Irish National Famine Museum
A beautiful country estate with gardens and a woodland walk, as well as a Famine Museum for the history buffs.
Strokestown Park is a unique visitor attraction in Strokestown comprising of Strokestown Park House, a preserved Georgian Palladian mansion and provides an excellent guided tour exploring the grounds.
“Carrick Cineplex named best in Ireland Independent cinema in the RAAM 2008 & 2011 Cinema Industry Awards, is ideal for family outings, children’s parties & hosts luxury reclining seats & 3D Technology”
“A great programme of events. A small intimate theatre for plays and gigs. A beautiful shop with collections of works by local artists. And a lovely little bar to boot.....Well worth a visit”
“Art exhibitions during the Boyle Arts Festival, weekly Farmers Market every Saturday, interactive tours, cafe and shop”
“An impressive and well preserved Cistercian Monastery which was founded in the 12th century and still maintains its ability to impress tourists year after year. Well worth a visit. ”
“Zipit swung into action at Lough Key Forest Park in 2011. With over 1.5km of activities, including 900m of ziplines, Zipit Lough Key provides an exhilarating and challenging outdoor activity.”