We look forward to welcoming you when you visit Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens.
There is so much to explore around the Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens for visitors of all ages! Allow yourself time to tour the spectacular neo-Gothic Irish castle, connect with the heritage of rural Ireland at the Irish Agricultural Museum, and explore our gardens and lakeside walks, all fully wheelchair accessible.
If you’re looking for peace and tranquillity, you’ll always find it on a day out in Johnstown’s impressive grounds. For our youngest and most adventurous visitors the nature playground is a lovely place to have some fun. And, after all your exploring, you can relax at the lovely Peacock Café in our Visitor Centre.
There is no need to book your visit to the Gardens or Irish Agricultural Museum, where you can take self-guided tours. However, it is recommended to pre-book the Castle Tours, which run daily;
Please allow 10 minutes to walk from the Visitor Centre to Johnstown Castle, so that you arrive in time for your pre-booked castle tour.
|Museum & Gardens||Castle Guided Tour|
|Child (5 – 16)||€4||+€2|
|Child (Under 5)||Free||Free|
|Family (2 Adults + 4 Children)||€24||+€11|
|Members of the Irish Heritage Trust||Free|
|Members of the Royal Horticultural |
Society of Ireland (RHSI)
|50% off entry price|
Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens are open year-round from 9.00am to 4.30pm, (last entry 3.30pm).
You are welcome to bring dogs on leads with you when you visit Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens. Dogs are permitted in the gardens, visitor centre, café, and shop, however, dogs are not permitted in the museum or inside the castle unless they are an assistance dog.
Thank you for your support!
Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens are managed and 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 reinvested back into supporting conservation and public access to Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens, and our sister properties, collections and museums across Ireland.