Relax by the castle lakeside with its Gothic towers, waterfall and statues and watch the peacocks strut by.

Visit the new experience at Johnstown Castle Estate, Gardens and Museum which offers visitors a ‘3 in 1’ attraction including the Gothic revival castle with adjoining servants’ tunnel (one of the longest in the country), the Irish Agricultural Museum with its 19 exhibitions exploring Irish rural life and the spectacular lakes, walled gardens and sculptures. This great 19th century castle in its beautiful setting was designed by the Victorian architect Daniel Robertson who is responsible for many projects in the southeast of Ireland including Powerscourt in Co. Wicklow.

Visit the gift shop and café or relax by the castle lakeside with its Gothic towers, waterfall & statues and watch the peacocks strut by.

Highlights
  • 200 varieties of trees and shrubs
  • Sunken Italian garden or museum courtyard (great for picnics)
  • Large collection of beautifully restored farm machinery in the agricultural museum
Open Year Round

Open Daily Year Round

See the website for further details.

Prices

Admission Rates Apply

See the website for details.

Useful Information

On-site café, gift shop, Woodland playground and picnic areas

Ample parking for cars and coaches

Getting There

Johnstown Castle is a 10 minute drive from Wexford town. Follow signage from the N25

Map Location: 52.293290, -6.502330
Contact Johnstown Castle Estate, Museum & Gardens

Johnstown, Wexford, Ireland


Eircode: Y35 HP22
T: +353 (0)53 918 4671
E: info@johnstowncastle.ie
W:
www.johnstowncastle.ie
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