Guided Tours and an Exhibition of Tapestries by Contemporary Tapestry Artists, Ireland
"When Patrick Pearse moved his school to St Enda’s Park in 1910, the follies found new life in the imagination of his pupils and as a backdrop to their open-air plays and pageants. At 4pm on Culture Night, the public can enjoy a guided tour of the 18th and 19th century follies, placed around the park by the original owners, the Hudson family, to add drama and interest to the landscape.
At 5pm, Pearse Museum is offering a guided tour of the highlights of Patrick Pearse’s groundbreaking school, St. Enda’s, where he created an educational environment unlike any other in Ireland at the time and attracted the interest and support of many of the leading Irish cultural figures of the early 20th century
Visitors can also enjoy a visit to Slow Time with a Butterfly, an exhibition of woven tapestries by members of Contemporary Tapestry Artists Ireland."