The site of Myra Castle includes parkland and a garden for a house of about 1844. There are mature trees, a balustraded terrace, a former lake with cascades (now silted up), a Mogul summerhouse, a walled garden with the remains of the 16th-century Walshestown Castle, a stream, a pond, a glasshouse, a garden house and a gate lodge.
Terrace, Summerhouse, Glasshouse, Gate Lodge, Kitchen Garden, Pond, Garden House
- Visitor Access & Directions
DirectionsSix miles north-east of Downpatrick via the A25, then off a minor road.
- Environment and Heritage Service of Northern Ireland Heritage Gardens Inventory
- Reference: D 40
The castle dates from the 16th century.
- Victorian (1837-1901)