Covid-19 Update

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The Visitor Centre at Coole Park Nature Reserve remains closed to the public but the car-parks, toilets and walking trails are all open. Coole Park Tearooms are open for Takeaway and outdoor dining, Wed to Sun 10 - 5. Please continue to respect social distancing and personal hygiene measures during your visit.

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Opening Times 2019

Coole Park Tea Rooms

Coole Park Visitor Centre & Tea Rooms Opening Times 2019 Coole Park Visitor Centre is open daily from 10:00 - 17:00 until the end of September. Tea Rooms are open daily from 10:30 - 18:00. Coole-Garryland Nature Reserve gates are open daily from 08:00 - 19:30.  Phone: 091 631669 Email: cooleparktearooms@gmail.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CooleParkTearooms/

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Heritage Week in Coole 2018 events

Heritage Week Event Poster 2018

There is something for everybody for Heritage week in Coole. Our ever popular Bat Walk with NPWS Ranger Raymond Stephens will be held again for Heritage Week. Come find out about the story of Irish Bats on this night time walk around Coole Park. 8.30 to 10pm Sat 18th visitor centre The Traditional Uses of Plants Sat 18th 3pm-4.30pm Come and learn, be entertained, and share your stories about the uses of plants from times past, whilst we walk around...

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Open Your Eyes to Nature

Open Your Eyes to Nature 2018 Poster

  Our weekly summer event 'Open your eyes to Nature' will return with our first event on Wednesday 11th July. This is a great way for kids to learn more about nature around them in the idyllic setting of Coole Park. Each week will be different- you could be learning about Trees, Butterflies and Moths, Pond Dipping, Flowers, Bug Hunts, Animal Tracking, Traditional Skills as well as Arts and Crafts. Booking is advised as there are limited places and parents...

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Magic of Coole Walk

The Woods at Coole

On Sunday 3rd June at 3pm we will have a walk in Coole. Come along to experience the mysterious landscape that inspired Yeats to write some of his most famous poems, in particular, ‘The Wild Swans at Coole’. This free guided walk will incorporate history, folklore, poetry and nature. Starting from Coole Visitor Centre the walk will last approximately an hour and a half. No booking is required. Enquiries to Facebook or coolepark@housing.gov.ie

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