An 18th century Palladian architectural masterpiece with fine art collections and beautiful parklands. There is so much to see and do, visit us to experience a guided tour of this magnificent house and enjoy our wide range of outdoor activities.

Where History and Culture Live On

Treasured Historic House in Blessington, Co. Wicklow

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Our Mission

We aim to promote the advancement of education in the fine arts in Ireland and also to enrich the cultural life of the nation by promoting art, craft and music.

Important Information for Visitors

Plan Your Visit

Essential information to help you make the most of your day at Russborough including opening times, house tour schedule, directions, accessibility, admission prices and details of our tearooms. 

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A Great Day Out for the Family

A Great Day Out for the Family

From the excellent playground to a magical fairy island and maze, parkland walks and walled garden, artist's studios and the National Bird of Prey Centre, there's no better place to get out in the fresh air. 

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Everything You Need to Know

What’s On

Russborough hosts a variety of fun and exciting annual and special events. From music performances to garden shows, sports events, and cultural programming, everyone will find something to enjoy. 

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Exciting Exhibitions and Guided Tours

House Tour & Exhibition 

Outstanding architecture with nearly three centuries of fascinating history and magnificent collections, the house and exhibition centre shouldn't be missed. Book online to avail of a discount

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While she was President of Ireland, Mrs Mary McAleese visited Russborough House & Parklands. She left this message in our visitor book:

“Thank you and congratulations to those who care for this beautiful place – so that the many visitors can relish and enjoy it as I have today”
September 17th, 2011

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Mark Bence-Jones is a British writer known mainly for his books on Irish architecture and the British aristocracy.

“In one of his coffee table books, he refers to Russborough as: “The most beautiful house in Ireland”

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