Things to do in Roscommon

Roscommon - Lough Key Forest and Activity Park

Rockingham, Boyle, Co. Roscommon
Lough Key Forest  and Activity Park
 

Offering fun for all the family including outdoor play area, puzzle rooms and tours of the tunnels to the top viewing tower - a great day out for all ages. The Adventure Play Kingdom- A purpose built outdoor childrens play area, fully enclosed with impact absorbing floor coverings under a

Roscommon - Arigna Mining Experience

Arigna, Co Roscommon.
Arigna Mining Experience
 

Come and take this unique underground tour in what was Irelands last working coal mine and see how coal was mined. This Energy Centre provides visitors with a unique insight into what coal mining life was like in the Arigna Valley, since its beginning in the 1700s until its closure in 1990

Roscommon - Lakeland Fishery

Lakeland Fishery, Roosky, Co. Roscommon.
Lakeland Fishery
 

Set in 15 acres in the heart of Irelands Lakeland. The complex is Irelands premier commercial fishery, providing accessible all weather fishing and angling when many venues on the River Shannon are inaccessible due to fluctuating water levels. Lakeland Fishery provides everything for th

Roscommon - King House

Boyle, Co. Roscommon
King House
 

A magnificently restored Georgian Mansion built around 1730 by Sir Henry King whose family were one of the most powerful and wealthy in Ireland. The grand scale of the reception gallery, its original stone floor, tripartite windows and high vaulted ceiling portray the impression that the h

Roscommon - Castlerea Railway Museum

Main Street, Castlerea, Co Roscommon
Castlerea Railway Museum
 

It is probably the largest and most varied repository of railway heritage memorabilia in the country. One of the major attractions at the Castlerea Railway Museum is locomotive A55, a Metropolitan Vickers diesel electric dating from 1956, which was purchased from Iarnroid Eireann minus its

Roscommon - Cruachan Heritage Centre

Tulsk, Co. Roscommon.
Cruachan Heritage Centre
 

Located in the spiritual heartland of Connaught, the Cruachan Centre was built to highlight and interpret our forgotten past. Explore the hidden treasures of Queen Meaves Celtic Royal landscape; examining sites dating from pre-stone age, right through to the ruling clans in late Medieval t

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