Current Opening Hours

Current Opening Hours

December 2021 and January 2022 opening dates and times.

Make A Date for A Festive Lunch, Dinner or Afternoon Tea

Make A Date for A Festive Lunch, Dinner or Afternoon Tea

Evening dining comes to Russborough with pre-event Festive Dinner, as well as delicious seasonal Festive Lunch and Luxury Afternoon Tea menus this Christmas.

Don't miss The Nutcracker Movie at the Hippodrome

18 Dec, 2021

Don't miss The Nutcracker Movie at the Hippodrome

Ruth Shine School of Dance presents The Nutcracker Movie, an extravaganza of seasonal dances filmed here in Russborough and showing in our fabulous Hippodrome.

A Christmas Carol at Russborough

16 Dec, 2021

A Christmas Carol at Russborough

Let us take you on Scrooge’s timeless journey to redemption in Dickens' seasonal classic. Accompanied by an atmospheric live musical score here in the intimate setting of our West Wing and vividly performed by Michael James Ford, Sinéad Murphy and Kyle Hixon. Starts Dec 16th.

Outdoor Christmas Market

11 Dec, 2021

Outdoor Christmas Market

We are delighted to welcome back Community Pool for West Wicklow with its Outdoor Christmas Market on Sat, Dec 11th.

Christmas Tree Lighting at Russborough

28 Nov, 2021

Christmas Tree Lighting at Russborough

Celebrate the festive season with the lighting of the Kaleidoscope Christmas Tree. Win! Join us for our official Tree Lighting this Sunday for a chance to win a WEEKEND FAMILY CAMPING PASS for Kaleidoscope Family Festival 2022.

Sir Alfred Beit Bursary Award 2021

Sir Alfred Beit Bursary Award 2021

We're delighted to announce that The 2021 Sir Alfred Beit Bursary was awarded to Cora McDonagh at the National Gallery of Ireland on Tuesday, 22nd September.

Boring Art? Featuring the Milltown Collection

Boring Art? Featuring the Milltown Collection

An inspiring new exhibition at the National Gallery curated BY young people FOR young people.

Bon Voyage - Russborough's Oudry heads to Versailles

Bon Voyage - Russborough's Oudry heads to Versailles

Last week we wished bon voyage and au revoir to Jean-Baptiste Oudry’s Indian Blackbuck and Three Pointers (1745) when it travelled to the Palace of Versailles on loan. It is one of the highlights of their upcoming exhibition Les Animaux du Roi which runs until the end of February.

Retrospect: Art Makes You | The Apollo Project

Retrospect: Art Makes You | The Apollo Project

An aerial perspective of Poulaphouca reservoir and the surrounding landscape by West Wicklow Youthreach.