Castle Coole, an 18th-century house, not only provides majestic splendour but also action-packed outdoor pleasure. Grab a card or a tracker pack to learn about their exciting family experiences. Explore on foot or bring your bikes and peddle along the picturesque pathways.
Why should I go to Castle Coole in County Fermangh?
Go exploring with a Tracker Pack
The family tracker packs have everything you need to go closer to nature and experience the wonderful outdoors at Castle Coole.
It’s a great opportunity to start checking off those 50 things to accomplish before you’re 114!
Pick up your family tracker pack of ‘Get set, go’ cards at Castle Coole’s Tallow House Gift Shop shortly.
Experience the history beneath your feet
Every week, the Queen Anne Site tour will take you on a guided walk to learn more about Castle Coole and the history hiding beneath your feet.
The estate in 1707 would have looked substantially different from what it does today, thanks to extensive improvements made by the owner, Col. James Corry, who inherited the land from his father. The Queen Anne House was erected, and major expansions to the estate were undertaken, including a vast walled deer park, which is now completely gone.
- This is a free event that is weather permitting.
- When you arrive at Castle Coole, go to the reception desk to book your place on the 45-minute tour
- The hike is wheelchair accessible and takes place on a road and some wooded paths.
- Some other activities may require additional payments