Visitor Centre and Tearooms

The Visitor Centre and tearooms are located in the restored barn and stable area which includes one of the original stables with elaborate stalls for five horses (see Buildings and Remains in the History section for more information).

The Visitor Centre is open daily from 10am to 5pm until the end of September

The Nature Reserve gates are open daily from 8:00am to 7:30pm

The Tearooms are open from 10:30am to 6pm daily serving delicious home baking, light lunches, teas and coffees.

Contact Details:

Phone: 091 631804
Fax: 091 631653
Email: coolepark@chg.gov.ie
Website:  www.coolepark.ie
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Facilities

Multi-media Exhibition looking at Life at Coole 100 years ago and discovering the wildlife of Coole

Coole Park through the eyes of ‘Me and Nu’, Granddaughters of Lady Gregory. Based on the memories of Ann Gregory, this charming exhibition gives an impression of life at Coole in the early 20th century and what it was like to grow up here. It contains brief footage of WB Yeats and GB Shaw as well as amusing descriptions and anecdotes of the many famous visitors to Coole. There are displays of some personal items belonging to Lady Gregory including one of her fans signed by Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, WB and Jack Yeats among others.

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The Wildlife of Coole gives the visitor an introduction to the wetland birds that visit during the autumn and winter when water levels are highest, including the Whooper swan. A model of a turlough, shows how the complex wetland system operates and woodland ecology is wonderfully illustrated in a display using the sights and sounds of typical mixed woodland such as can be seen at Coole.

Audio/visual
“Lady Gregory of Coole” This 30 minute presentation covers the life of Lady Gregory, the history of Coole and the Irish Literary Revival.

Trail guides, maps and books are on sale during the summer season.