Rokeby Hall is an 18th century country house in the Neoclassical style built for Richard Robinson, Archbishop of Armagh. Designed by Thomas Cooley and built by renowned Irish architect Francis Johnston, the house is an elegant building with beautiful detailing, which remains largely unchanged to this day.
The focal point of the gardens is the splendid Turner conservatory which dates to the 1850s. The restoration of the conservatory won the An Taisce Ellison Award in 2014. This and garden can be visited at times listed below. Groups of more than 8 must be booked in advance.
Open: May 1-31, Mon-Sat, 10am-2pm.
Sept 1-30, Mon-Sat, 10am-2pm
Heritage Week: 10am-2pm
By appointment at all other times.
Fee: €7 Adults €5 Students/Children
Wheelchair access outside house and conservatory only.
Phone: 086 864 4228