Sligo Folk Park
The Sligo Folk Park is a captivating journey back in time. More than just a park, it’s a living museum that vividly recreates the charm and simplicity of Ireland’s rural past.
The Park takes visitors on a fascinating journey through Ireland’s history. Explore meticulously reconstructed cottages, farms, and workshops, each echoing with the echoes of Ireland’s past. This immersive experience offers a glimpse into the lives of rural Irish families, showcasing their traditions, customs, and everyday activities.
The Folk Park is situated within the restored Millview House, originally constructed in 1873 by George Reid, a farmer, shoemaker, and the local church sexton. Take a leisurely stroll through the park and explore the impressive museum and evocative exhibition hall, home to one of Ireland’s most exquisite collections of rural history and agricultural artefacts.
Appealing to visitors of all ages and group sizes, Sligo Folk Park offers something for everyone. With diverse exhibits and six acres of beautifully landscaped gardens, a visit to Sligo Folk Park is a nostalgic journey that can be enjoyed by all.
Conveniently located just 15 minutes away from Sligo Town and Boyle in County Roscommon, it’s a trip down memory lane that’s easily accessible for everyone.
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