School Tours in Roscommon

School tours and trips in Roscommon. We know organising school tours is not easy. Below we've listed many tours and activities In Roscommon, suitable for your school trip. Whether you're a teacher or parent, we hope the following provides you with some great ideas for your school tour in Roscommon.

Roscommon - Strokestown Park and Gardens

Strokestown, Co Roscommon
Strokestown Park and Gardens
 

Strokestown Park is a unique visitor attraction in Co. Roscommon in the West of Ireland. Here you will find Strokestown Park House, walled gardens, woodlands and the Irish Famine Museum. Enjoy the Victorian playroom and schoolroom in the evocative Strokestown Park House then head outside

Electric Bike Trails, Leitrim Airsoft Shooting and Archery

Leitrim Village, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim
Electric Bike Trails, Leitrim Airsoft Shooting and Archery
 

Take a leisurely cycle on the Shannon Blueway, a traffic free 20 Km round trip along by the tranquil Lough Allen Canal with views of the River Shannon and experience the 160 m floating boardwalk at Acres Lake. Alternatively cycle around the 8 km of woodland in Lough Key Forest Park. These

Let`s Go Camps

Nationwide
Let`s Go Camps
 

Lets Go have been operating for over 35 years and have become the No 1 choice for multi activity camps in Ireland. While very proud of their reputation for offering excellent camps and quality service, each year they introduce activities and programmes that are ever changing to suit the n

Roscommon - Boyle Abbey

Boyle, Co. Roscommon
Boyle Abbey
 

An impressive and well preserved Cistercian Monastery which was founded in the 12th century under the patronage of the local ruling family, the MacDermotts. Though mutilated during the 17th and 18th centuries when it was used to accommodate a military garrison, Boyle Abbey nevertheless re

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

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