Enniscoe House estate, set in woodland on the shores of Lough Conn, just outside Crossmolina is well worth a visit. It houses the North Mayo Family Research Centre , an invaluable scource for those searching for their roots.
When visiting, the restored Pleasure Gardens are an absolute must for anyone with an interest in gardening. They comprise a walled garden area divided into two sections, a two acre organic vegetable garden and one acre of Victorian walled garden. Another four acres of old pleasure ground lies outside the garden walls. They date from the 1860's.
Why not discover the past with a visit to our Agricultural and Rural Museum, or relax in our tea room, see the Enniscoe section of our Museums of Mayo website for more information.
The gardens at Enniscoe House were restored to their former glory in the late 20th century and have become an integral part of the Mayo visitor attraction. See Restoration of Gardens for more information about the restoration project at Enniscoe.