There are lots of ways you can support Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum.
Visits, donations, membership, and volunteering, as well as bequests, sponsorship, and collaborative partnerships, all play an important role in helping us to run Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum and conserve its collections and archives.
The National Famine Museum | Strokestown Park is cared for by the Irish Heritage Trust, which is a registered charity. This means that every contribution you make, from your admission fee to the price you pay for coffee and cake, is ploughed back into supporting conservation and public access to Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum, and our sister properties, collections and museums across Ireland.
The simplest way to support Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum is to spend a wonderful day here!
- Experience the faded grandeur of Strokestown Park’s Palladian House on a guided tour.
- Explore the National Famine Museum to gain local and national perspectives on the Great Irish Famine.
- Enjoy the natural beauty of our garden and woodlands.
- And call in to our Woodland Café and shop for delicious treats and thoughtful gifts.
Donations enable us to carry out the repairs and conservation work that Strokestown Park House and Gardens require. They also help us to share Irish heritage stories with people of all ages in Ireland and beyond.
Leave a Legacy that Honours
Donations made through legacies make a substantial difference to the work of the Irish Heritage Trust.
If you would like to leave a gift in your will to the Irish Heritage Trust and its work at Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum, you can choose to make a general bequest or dedicate your gift to a specific project, such as our work with the Strokestown Park Famine Archive, for example. Your thoughtful legacy will help us honour the past and act as a gift to future generations too!
Partner with the Irish Heritage Trust
Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum and the Irish Heritage Trust work closely with like-minded corporates and other organisations – including Fáilte Ireland and Westward Holdings – through a variety of partnerships structured around sponsorship, shared ownership, and information sharing. If you are interested in partnering with us in any way, we would love to hear from you!
Further information may be obtained from Paul McCarthy, Head of Philanthropy & Supporter Engagement, E: email@example.com.