Find out what’s on at Strokestown Park, where our programme includes fascinating talks and intriguing exhibitions, as well as family-friendly events.
The atmospheric rooms of Strokestown Park House, its delightful walled gardens and woodlands, and the state-of-the-art National Famine Museum provide a backdrop to a wide range of memorable, informative, and fun events throughout the changing seasons.
The National Famine Museum | Strokestown Park is also proud to be home of the Famine Summer School, which is hosted here every second year.
Celebrate Mother’s Day with us on Sunday, March 10th, as we invite you to enjoy a leisurely family stroll through our beautiful Gardens and Woodland. Delight in the soothing melodies...March 10 @ 12:30 - 14:30
Hop down to Strokestown Park this Easter for some egg–stra special Easter adventures! As the school holidays commence, our mischievous bunnies of Strokestown Park have scattered clues throughout our...March 23 @ 10:30 - April 7 @ 16:00
Join us for a magical evening of music and poetry led by acclaimed folk singer/songwriter Emma Langford who will share the stage with ‘Lifting The Gate’ a bilingual spoken word...March 23 @ 19:30
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If you would like to hold an event at Strokestown Park House, Gardens & National Famine Museum, why not contact our dedicated events team to discuss your requirements?
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