Tyrone House

Tyrone House
Galway, Ireland.

Tyrone House was constructed in 1779. The Palladian-style house was designed by John Roberts who also designed Waterford Cathedral and Moore Hall in County Mayo. In its day, it was a fine property surrounded by beautiful gardens and orchards. The house was destroyed during the Irish War of Independence and has been a shell ever since.

The ghost of the original owner, Christopher St. George, is said to haunt the property and has been spotted on occasion walking through the shell of his one-time home. Some believe that he cannot rest as his Protestant family disowned him when he married a Catholic woman.

Venue Name
Stradbally West, Galway, Ireland
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Admission Policies
Restricted Access
Private Property - Open But Please Respect

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