Amenity & Heritage Parks
Dún na Sí Amenity & Heritage Park
Set in a stunning 27 acre parkland nestling in the heart of Ireland, Dún na Sí Amenity and Heritage Park boasts an exciting range of recreational, educational, environmental, cultural and historical activities.
The original Dún na Sí Centre opened in 1985 and operated successfully over the years. Midlands Amenity Park Association commenced work on a 23 acre park adjoining Dún na Sí in 2008. Both groups have worked tirelessly to create what is now Dún na Sí Amenity and Heritage Park. The two groups officially merged in 2015. The newly amalgamated parks were officially opened in 2015 by Robbie Henshaw and Senator Labhrás Ó Murchú.
The park comprises of the Scéal Exhibition in the Comhaltas Teach Cheoil, Heritage Trail and Vintage Museum, Pet Farm, Walking Trails, Native Irish Woodland, Turlough, Playground and Tea Rooms. Trace your Westmeath Roots in the Genealogy Centre. Explore reconstructed historical sites depicting life in Ancient Ireland in the Heritage Park. There is a whole day of fantastic activities in store for visitors of all ages so come and see for yourself!
Heritage Park • Walking Trails • Vintage Museum • Sculpture Trail • Pet Farm • Tea Rooms • Genealogy Centre • Playground • Turlough • Bird Watching
Learn an Irish dance at the Teach Ceoil!
Scéal Exhibition - The Story of Traditional Irish Music
Visit www.dunnasi.ie for opening times and prices.
Address: Dún na Sí Amenity & Heritage Park
Eircode: N37 P271
Phone:+353 90 6481183
Lilliput | Jonathon Swift Park
The Jonathan Swift Park features a Par 3 Pitch 'n' Putt Course overlooking Lough Ennell, an Adventure Centre, a seasonal coffee shop, boat moorings, trout angling, swimming, woodland walks, and a children's play area.
Disabled access: Private parking available, Gravel surface to entrance. Ramped entrance. Accessible Cafeteria. Adapted toilets. Guide dogs are permitted.
Address: Lough Ennell, Mullingar, County Westmeath
Tel: +353 (0)44 9226141