Strokestown Park House, The National Famine Museum, and the Woodland Café are currently closed for redevelopment.
In Spring 2022, the new, state-of-the-art National Famine Museum and Visitor Centre will open to the public, and we will be delighted to welcome you to visit the museum and Palladian House at Strokestown Park once again!
Strokestown Park’s Woodland Gardens remain open during our upgrade, and there is no fee for visiting the gardens. The Strokestown Park Café and Shop are currently being refurbished too, but you can buy take-away tea or coffee on-site to enjoy as you walk.
Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum entry prices
You can choose to buy an entrance ticket to either the National Famine Museum (self-guided tour) and/or Strokestown Park House (guided tour). All tickets include access to our gardens and woodlands.
A self-guided visit to the National Famine Museum, a self-guided visit to the estate gardens, and free access to the woodland gardens.
A guided visit to Strokestown Park House, a self-guided visit to the National Famine Museum, a self-guided visit to the estate gardens, and free access to the woodland gardens.
|Child (under 5s free)||€6||€9|
|Irish Heritage Trust|
Book tickets for the National Famine Museum and Strokestown Park House
National Famine Museum opening hours
Strokestown Park House opening hours
Ample parking is available for cars and coaches, and coach tour groups are very welcome to visit Strokestown. Parking is free of charge for all visitors to Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum.
Garden & Woodlands opening hours
Strokestown Park Gardens are open Wednesday-Sunday, 10.30am – 4.00pm.
[Indicate seasonal opening]
Woodland Café and Shop opening hours
Our café and shop are currently closed for refurbishment and will re-open, with a fresh look and a seasonal menu, in Spring 2022.
[new opening hours]