Fun filled memory making day out for all who visit Birr Castle Demesne
The Award-Winning Gardens of Birr Castle Demesne in Ireland are both rich in amazing feats of science and engineering, as well as rare trees and flowers, wonderful wildlife, walks along peaceful rivers and the lake. Celebrating 400 years in 2021, this remarkable family have resided at the romantic and inspirational setting of Birr Castle Demesne, that is now home to the 7th Earl of Rosse. The Parsons family invite you to explore one of the most extraordinary places in Ireland. Created over generations it is an environmental and a scientific time capsule.
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Below is a snapshot video of the Demesne recorded in early Summer. It will give you an overview to what an amazing place Birr Castle Demesne is, we do hope you enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-dfXXOp9j0
Stepping into a realm where history and science intertwine at Birr Castle! Nestled in the heart of Ireland, this captivating destination not only enchants with its grand castle and breathtaking gardens but also offers a gateway to the cosmos. The Great Telescope, a marvel of scientific ingenuity from the 19th century, beckons starry-eyed explorers to peer into the mysteries of the universe.” August 2023
“Birr Castle is a haven for those who seek to bridge the gap between the past and the cosmos, where the wonders of astronomy and the enchantment of history come together in a truly unique experience.” August 2023
“Stopped here and didn’t plan to stay for long but ended up staying for ages. Its a fascinating place to have a nice relaxing walk and learn about the family who are responsible for early advances in astronomy. The self guided tour through the museum is really interesting and you can take as little or as long as you like.” March 2022
“Absolutely stunning, I’m not sure why this isn’t talked about more as one of Ireland’s best attractions, the grounds are amazing for exploring for young and old and there’s lots to see and do here,especially the Museum in reception which was worth the entrance fee itself.” 7th March 2023