Heritage Week (22nd – 30th August) Shuttle bus & Castle tours are free on both weekends.

 

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076 1002551

 

Step Back in Time (Castle tours are free of charge on both Weekends)

 

Glenveagh Castle -The Hunting Party 1874

A “Living History “ Visitor Experience,

Lord and Lady Adair of Glenveagh Castle

Request your attendance at,

“The End of Summer Season Hunting Party 1874”

In the presence of the Most Honourable and Distinguished Guests.

 

Saturday 22nd August Heritage Week, Sunday 23rd August Heritage Week

Saturday 29th August Heritage Week, Sunday 30th August Heritage

 

Guided Tour of the Castle are limited on both Weekends, please arrive early to avoid diappointment

 

Birds of Prey

 

Sunday 23rd August Heritage Week

Sunday 30th August Heritage Week

Children’s Animal Hunt

 

Saturday 22nd August Heritage Week

Sunday 23rd August Heritage Week

Saturday 29th August Heritage Week

Sunday 30th August Heritage Week

 

Free Garden Tours (Booking essential) 0761002692

 

Monday 24th August 2pm Heritage Week

Tuesday 25th August 2pm Heritage Week

Wednesday 26th August 2pm Heritage Week

Thursday 27th August 2pm Heritage Week

Friday 28th August 2pm Heritage Week

Craft Stalls & Demonstrations

 

Saturday 22nd August Heritage Week

Sunday 23rd August Heritage Week

Saturday 29th August Heritage Week

Sunday 30th August Heritage Week

Traditional Music Sessions

 

Saturday 22nd August Heritage Week

Sunday 23rd August Heritage Week

Saturday 29th August Heritage Week

Sunday 30th August Heritage Week

Glenveagh Restaurant & Tearoom’s open daily

 

 

Please note: Castle Tours are Limited

 

See 'Events' tab for activities at the Visitor Centre, Castle, and Garden tours.

for outdoor family nature activities

See 'Education Centre' tab for all schools information and bookings

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A Trail Walker bus leaves the Visitor Centre at 10:00 am on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays. Fare €3.00

(This bus leaves walkers at the start of the Lough Insagh Walk and the start of the Glen Bridle Path for walkers to return on foot to the Visitor Centre and Carpark. For more information on these trails go to the 'Walks' tab on left of page)

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Wheelchair Accessible Areas ( Car Park, Visitor Centre, Toilets, Audio Visual, Buses, Gardens and ground floor of the Castle). If you require further information please contact: glenveaghbookings@ahg.gov.ie or Tel: 076 100 2551

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The park is always open for walkers and cyclists

The park visitor services (Visitor Centre, Castle Tours, Buses) normally open daily from 9.00 am to 5.30 pm

Free services: Car Park, Visitor Centre, Audio Visual, Display Rooms, Castle Gardens and Trails.

Guided Castle Tours and Shuttle Bus (see details of charges on 'About Us')

(check out the new walking trail from Visitor Centre to Castle)

Castle Tea Rooms Open 10.00am - 5.00 pm everyday

Gift shop at the Castle Tea Room

Visitor Centre 076 1002551

Bookings 076 1002536/37

e mail glenveaghbookings@ahg.gov.ie

Please note that Credit/Debit cards may only be used at the Visitor Centre facilities and not at the Castle

 

Please note: Dogs are permitted in the park but must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs are not permitted entry to buildings, Castle Gardens & park buses. (Guide dogs are permitted in all areas)


National Parks & Wildlife Service, 7 Ely Place, Dublin 2. Phone: +353 1 8882000 Fax: +353 1 8883272