WELCOME

We look forward to welcoming you to Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens to enjoy a tour of the restored 19thcentury Castle and unique servants’ tunnel or the fascinating Irish Agricultural Museum.  Take a stroll in the stunning gardens, lake walks & woodlands or have a picnic around the picturesque lakes. Watch the peacocks strut by displaying their finery at the castle lakeside with its Gothic towers, waterfall and statues.

 

VISIT

We are open all year round and recommend you allow 2-3 hours for your visit to fully enjoy the castle, agricultural museum, lake walks and ornamental gardens. Our guided castle tour is one hour (pre-booking is advised).  The new visitor centre has indoor and outdoor seating including a café and shop. There is ample free parking and coaches are very welcome. Plan your visit here.

EVENTS

There’s always something to do at Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens!  Click here for upcoming events for you to enjoy.

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Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens offers visitors guided tours of the restored 19th-century Castle and unique servants’ tunnel. Enjoy the fascinating Irish Agricultural Museum or stroll in the stunning gardens & lake walks.

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Restored 19th-century castle now open to the public for guided tours, as well as spectacular gardens, lake walks and Agricultural Museum.

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