Welcome to Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park

 

Latest News & Events

  • 19th – 25th April 2014 – Easter Egg Hunt Week at Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park – What Easter celebration would be complete
     
  • 2014 Opening Hours  NOW OPEN 7 DAYS – 10 am to 6 pm daily       From Easter until September the Park is open 7 days a week 10 am – 6
     
  •  The brilliant Indoor Play Centre, “Funky Forest”, outdoor play area and quality 18 hole Crazy Golf Course, pet farm, woodland/bogland
     


Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park was opened by President Mary Robinson in 1993 and has since developed into a leading attraction for international and Irish visitors, tour groups of all ages, families, schools and special events at Easter, Halloween and Christmas.
Lullymore Heritage, Biodiversity  and Play areas

Our multi-award winning Park is set on 60 acres of breath-taking landscape and explores Irish heritage, culture and environment with woodland/peat land trails, gardens and exhibitions. It’s also a great place for the little ones with a state of the art indoor forest themed play centre, outdoor play area with crazy golf, pet farm and train trips. Experience a 9,000 year journey through landmark periods of Irish history, from the arrival of the early Mesolithic settlers, the dawning of Christianity and through to turbulent times of rebellion and famine – the past truly comes to life with the Parks interactive multi-media, replica dwellings and exhibitions.

The new Biodiversity Boardwalk, the first of its kind in Ireland, meanders serenely through glassy lakes and rejuvenating peat land of birch, heathers and bog cotton. It tells the story of how the Irish midlands great raised bogs, 10,000 years in the making are at the dawn of a new era.

This project received grant aid from Cill Dara Ar Aghaidh which is financed by the Irish Government under the Rural Development Programme Ireland 2007-2013 and by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in Rural Areas.
  • “With silky folds of mossy beds,Like pillows made for angels heads,”


    Taken from poem “Lullymore” (1860) by Matthew Farrell
  • “With silky folds of mossy beds,Like pillows made for angels heads,”


    Taken from poem “Lullymore” (1860) by Matthew Farrell
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