Historic Moyaliffe House Open Days
Saturday and Sunday 19th and 20th June 2021, 10am to 4pm.
Saturday 10th July, 10am to 4pm.
Historic Moyaliffe House will open its gates to the public.
The history of Moyaliffe goes back to 1200AD with its Norman fortress. Later, it was the site of a Cromwellian battle before being granted to the Armstrong family by Charles II.
The estate consists of over 12 acres of expansive lawns, established garden beds, towering beech, oak and lime trees, Victorian fountain garden, with a 2 acre historic walled garden as well as period outbuildings . The grounds sit on the banks of the Clodagh River.
Entrance will include historic displays including the original Moyaliffe coach, history of the Armstrong family and garden talks by Garden Designer and owner Lorna Vallely.
Unfortunately, due to covid19, there will be no access to Moyaliffe House.
Garden talks will be conducted at 11.30am and 2.30pm on July 10th Open Day
Entrance fee is €5.00.
Single day ticket can be used for either day.