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Co Roscommon

A county of pristine lakes, rivers, hillsides and an abundance of historical attractions.

Dominican Friary Ruins, Co Roscommon Ireland/

Dominican Friary Ruins

Couple sat on a bench looking over a lake towards Roscommon Castle/

Roscommon Castle

Clonalis House set amongst trees and well maintained lawns/

Clonalis House

People canoeing on Lough Key beside an tree covered island /

Lough Key Forest Park

Cruiser boats moored along a quay beside Lough Key/

Lough Key

Pathways beside a reed fringed lake at Strokestown Park, Co Roscommon/

Strokestown Park

View through trees across lawns to white painted Strokestown Park House/

Strokestown Park House

View of the ruins of Boyle Abbey, Co Roscommon/

Boyle Abbey

Couple in hard hats touring the Arigna Mines in Co Roscommon/

Arigna Mines

Stone walkway beside a lawn leading through the ruins of Boyle Abbey, Co Roscommon/

Boyle Abbey

View of the ruins of Boyle Abbey, Co Roscommon/

Boyle Abbey

Pathway leading past well maintained lawns to Clonalis House, Co Roscommon/

Clonalis House

Roscommon is a must for Celtic mythology enthusiasts and is home to the most important Celtic royal site in Europe, legend says that Queen Maeve’s palace was once in the area. Oweynagat Cave is believed to be the entrance to the otherworld. Visit the Cruachan Ai Visitor Centre to learn more.

Visit Boyle Abbey and the Castlerea Railway Museum or the 18th Century Strokestown House with its famine museum. The Arigna Mining Experience offers underground tours exploring Ireland’s first and last coal mine. Enjoy walking on the Miner’s Way which follows paths used by the miners or take in the views on other walking trails including the Suck Valley Way and the Tain Way.

Lough Key Forest Park is another highlight with a tree top canopy walk, outdoor adventure playground and water skiing on the lake.

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