Join us in Strokestown Park for our Victorian Christmas Experience.
Throughout the year, The National Famine Museum has received numerous awards, highlighting both the museum itself and the redevelopment project.
One of the Woodland Café’s most popular items is the made-on-site brown bread which is the perfect complement for a hearty soup or by itself as a sandwich.
Learn about how and why we are controlling light levels at Strokestown Park House
After premiering at the National Famine Museum at Strokestown Park, ‘In the Midst of Plenty is embarking on a 15-venue tour across Ireland
The recipe for the Woodland Café’s Wild garlic pesto ued in the roast beef ciabatta
Meet our amazing new Artist in residence Olena Kovalevych and learn her story.
The Mysterious ‘Corpse-Flower’ of the Strokestown Woodland. If you visit our woodland walk at this time of year you have a good chance of encountering one of Ireland’s strangest and rarest wildflowers. Typically found growing at the base of hazel, alder or other deciduous trees, Toothwort grows in clusters of short, pinkish-white stems with highly…
The passage below is in English. If you would like to test your Irish the link can be found here or in the News section
The following passage is As Gaeilge (In Irish) there is also an English version available.