Things To Do

THINGS TO DO

 


ClancawCentreCloncaw Equestrian Centre

Cloncaw Equestrian offers a sympathetic, safe environment with fully qualified instructors to take care of you and make learning to ride a positive experience. We cater for all levels – from beginners to experienced riders, adults, children from 7 years +. Cloncaw Equestrian is a new purpose built facility, with indoor and outdoor arenas, cross country course over 85 acres with fences of all heights. Hacking for experienced riders. AIRE + BHS approved.


ROSSMORE FOREST PARK rossmorepark

Rossmore Forest Park has a car park, picnic sites, forest and lakeside walks, nature trails and viewing points.

The Barony of Rossmore was created in 1769 and Robert Cunningham, an MP for Monaghan Barough from 1769-1796 became the first Baron. Following his death, his wife’s nephew Warner Westenra, succeeded the title. It was he who commenced the building of Rossmore Castle. His son Henry Robert completed it. Only the buttresses to the castle walls and the entrance stairway now remain providing a viewing point to the surrounding countryside. Examples of a wedge tomb and a court tomb dating back to about 3000-1800 BC exist within the Park. A gold ‘lunula’ or collar, dating from 1800 BC was discovered in the Park around 1930 and is on display in the National Museum, Dublin. A walled garden was developed as a ‘formal garden’. Its main attraction is the yew hedges and arched walkways of trained shrubs and a water feature.

rallyRALLY SCHOOL IRELAND

Rally School Ireland is based in Co. Monaghan & provide action packed days where you get to drive real rally cars on our purpose built venue designed to get you very sideways!! We specialise in individual corporate and group days out. We guarantee it will be an action packed day of fun and excitement. No previous rally driving experience required.

www.rallyschoolireland.ie

 

ULSTER AMERICAN FOLK PARK folk_park_005

The Ulster American Folk Park is an outdoor museum that tells the story of emigration from northern Ireland to America in the 18th and 19th centuries. The park contains some reconstructed houses – such as the log cabin above.

 

 

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