Westport House, Westport

About Westport House, Westport

Westport House, Westport - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: Quay Road, Westport, Co. Mayo, Ireland

Phone: +343-9827766

Ticket Price: 13 EUR

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details

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Amusement Park, Food And Drinks, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Lake, Festival

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Designed by famous architect Richard Cassles and James Wyatt in the 18th century, Westport House a star attraction located in parkland with lake, amusement park, terraces, gardens overlooking the Atlantic Ocean and Clew Bay. Westport House is still owned privately by the Browne Family.

Highlights include:

  • Amusement park
  • Sky Challenge Course
  • Westport Train Tour
  • Zorbing
  • Archery Tag
  • Boating at the Lake
  • Bronze statue of NiMhaille by the artist Michael Cooper.

A tourist favourite, then Westport house is a rich amalgamation of Irish history, eccentric amenities and modern experiences.

Westport House Information

  • It is recommended to call the house for confirming their operating timings as timings vary.


Westport House Ticket Prices

  • Additional Ticketing Prices: Adult- € 13
  • Senior Citizen: € 10
  • Student: € 10
  • Children: € 6.50
  • Children below 2 year have free admission.
  • Tickets are available online offering 5 % discount.

Restaurants Near Westport House

  • The Helm Restaurant
  • Quay Cottage Restaurant Westport

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Westport House, Westport Reviews - Write a Review

  • Overall good experience for the price we paid. We got a deal for Adults 2 for 1 which was great. Kids really enjoyed the train experience. Also the bouncy castle.. Cafe in westport house has plain and simple food and it hits the spot after a few hours of walking..Kids and I enjoyed the cannonball run and also the go karts. As it was October we had no wait time for anything, weather was good, so that made it more enjoyable.. Also there is other rides which you need to pay extra for and these were closed in Oct..overall we were all happy. Good day.

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  • Really enjoyable visit. Ideal for families. Really interesting house.

  • Great day out, but all a bit confusing when we visited during mid term break, reception or ticket office not open. Children had a great time at Pirates Cove

  • Very few rides & things to do. The few that are there a scattered in at lease three different places. You have to walk for "miles" to get from place to place. Most have to be paid for on top of large entry fee. "New for 2017 a large wheel with pods to give views of the area. In the two hours or so we were there I did not see one person using it - may be because of the cost. The whole place looks run down - no doubt why it was sold with the new owners promising they will spend £50 million. Obviously the would not have to spend £50 million if the place was ok - so until that money is spent we will all still have to fork out full price. THERE ARE MANY REVIEWS ON THE WEB FROM "LOCAL GUIDES" SAYING HOW MARVELOUS THE PLACE IS - EITHER THESE PEOPLE ARE JOKING - OR HAVE VERY VERY VERY LOW EXPECTATIONS - OR THE HAVE MADE A MISTAKE AND REVIEWED THE WRONG PLACE. The house itself looks tatty - apart from the chap on the door there seemed to be no direction or supervision through the house - so children were running and screaming all over the place.

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  • Fantastic day out for the family. When we went part of the house was closed as they were preparing for a festival (prices were amended accordingly) and we still managed to be there for an entire day.

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