Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council

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Summer of Heritage

Guided Walks & Tours

Marlay House

Marlay House Tour


Free Guided Tour

Take a guided tour of this wonderful country house. Hear the story of how the original 17th Century house, called The Grange was purchased in 1764 by David La Touche of French Huguenot origin, extended, and renamed Marlay, and was then sold in1864 to Robert Tedcastle, the well known Dublin coal merchant.

The Tedcastle family lived at Marlay until 1925. In 1925 Philip Love (a market gardener, who at one time was the largest tomato producer in Ireland) acquired the House.


Date  Thursday
August 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th

Sunday
August 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th
Times  Tours on the hour.
1pm to 5pm (last tour 4pm)
Tour Duration  60 minutes
Maximum Capacity 15 people
Limited Wheelchair Access
Please phone 01 204 7011 if wheelchair access is required
Meeting Point  at the front steps of Marlay House



Public Transport

Bus Stop No. 2979 - Marlay Park
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Bus Stop No. 2970 - Grange Road
Routes serving this stop:

BOOKING FORM

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