Derrynane Historic Park

Today some 120 hectares (300 acres) of the lands of Derrynane, together with Derrynane House, make up Derrynane National Historic Park, under the management of National Historic Properties of the Office of Public Works. The House was officially opened to the public as a museum commemorating Daniel O’Connell by President Eamon De Valera in August 1967 and the surrounding Park was officially declared open by President Cearbhall Ó Dálaigh in August 1975 to mark the 200th anniversary of O’Connell’s birth.

Park Facilities

Café/Restuarant
Events
Free parking
Historic Building
Nature Reserve
Nature Walks
Parking
Picnic Area
Pond
River
Toilets
Visitor Centre
Walking Routes
Wildlife
Wildflower Area
Woodlands
Museum
Green Flag
Award Winner
Managing Organisation
Office of Public Works
Contact
Christopher O'Neill
Telephone
087 9762619