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With one of the most comprehensive displays of farming and rural life in the country, the Irish Agricultural Museum and Johnstown Castle Gardens make a wonderful day out for all the family - whatever the weather. The beautifully maintained...more
All reviews walled garden beautiful grounds well worth a visit coffee shop potato famine peacocks walking apple tart tea room lovely walk horse drawn walk around we spent hours potatoes lovely cafe per adult lovely visit cakes
The castle was being remodeled while we were there, so unable to comment on it. But the Agricultural museum was on our list to see. It did not disappoint, but honestly towards the end we started to lose a little interest. Would be very educational...More
This was our first tourist experience in Ireland and was great. We found the agricultural museum particularly interesting as we have farming interests in Australia and Irish ancestry. It was very interesting to learn and understand the lifestyle and history of the Irish people during...More
We recently visited the Agricultural Museum. The museum is housed in the yard stone buildings around a courtyard.
We were first greeted by a number of peacocks wandering around the courtyard!! Even though it was a wet day we were not hampered by weather since...More
We visited here as we had come to see Celtic Woman that had an out door show here. So as the show was in the evening we decided to visit the gardens and museum in the day. What a stunning place and the museum was...More
My husband & I visited the castle & museum after seeing it in a tourism brochure. We spent 4 hours here! The castle was being restored but the museum was so well set out & the gardens were spectacular! I will recommend to all our...More
A nice easy place to visit - there were lots of families playing in the grounds and people just walking and enjoying the environment - could not visit inside the castle due to renovations - but had really nice walk around the lakes in the...More
Spent a great afternoon here , famine exhibition is inspiring and the agricultural exhibition is a fantastic. Good facilities on site for a meal or cuppa and beautiful grounds for walking. Castle was unfortunately closed for restoration on our visit but i would still highly...More