Teach na Miasa

Croagh Patrick Visitor Centre at the Foot of the Holy Mountain

Westport House & Gardens

The home of Grace O’Malley, Westport House has been open to the public for over 50 years and has welcomed over 4 million visitors. It was designed by the famous architects Richard Cassels and James Wyatt in the 18th century and enjoys a superb parkland setting with lake, terraces, wonderful gardens and magnificent views overlooking Clew Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, Achill, Clare Island and Ireland’s holy mountain Croagh Patrick.

It was built by the Browne family who are direct descendants of the 16th century Pirate Queen, Grace O’Malley.

Opportunities to enjoy art, activity, history and culture abound – for both adults and children alike – in this beautiful historic house.