Moira Castle (also known as Moira Demesne, Moira Demesne)2310

Moira, County Down, Northern Ireland

Brief Description

A 17th-century demesne, the house having been demolished in 1870. Once a noted garden. In the late 17th century this was the site of the first hothouse in Ireland to house a collection of plants from Jamaica. There are traces of canals and ponds. A new lime avenue denotes the former axial planting.

History

17th-century demesne. House demolished 1870. Now public amenity.

Visitor Facilities

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Features
Tree Avenue
Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

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Directions

In the centre of Moira.
Contact

Telephone

028 9056 9615

Official Website

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Owners

  • Lisburn Borough Council

    www.lisburn.gov.uk
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