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Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park
RathanganCo. Kildare
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Experience the perfect blend of education, history and fun at Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park in Rathangan, County Kildare. Bring the whole family to visit, catch one of the environmental tours or organise a school tour with a difference.

Explore Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park, set on 60 acres of breathtaking landscape in the heart of the Bog of Allen.

Take a 9,000 year journey back through landmark periods of Irish history with exhibitions and multimedia displays, from the arrival of the early Mesolithic settlers and the dawning of Christianity to the 1798 Rebellion and the Great Famine.

Spend some time on the Biodiversity Boardwalk, see the glassy lakes and peatlands of birch, heathers and bog cotton. Discover the story of the raised bogs of the Irish midlands, 10,000 years in the making. Go on a guided tour of Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park and learn of the rich history behind the environmental site.

Check out the programme of seasonal events while an indoor play centre and outdoor play area with crazy golf, a pet farm and a road train makes Lullymore the ideal destination for family fun.

Why we like it
  • Don't miss the Biodiversity Boardwalk.
  • Bring the kids to the Funky Forest play area.
  • Meet the adorable animals on the pet farm.
  • See the sights and sounds of Lullymore on a road train trip.
Local Tips

Take part in a treasure hunt, ask for a form at the Admission Kiosk and follow the clues. Once you've solved the riddle, return the form to enter the monthly prize draw.

Local Tips

Visit the Famine and Emigration Cottage where exhibits highlight the devastating impact of emigration. Learn about Michael Rush who departed Ireland in 1820 for Australia and Katie Gorey who left in 1908 for New York.

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