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7 May @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm IST
On World Naked Garden(ing) Day 2022, Saturday 7th May, Rokeby Hall in Co. Louth will open its garden for a naked visit outside their public hours.
Volunteering members will be able to offer lifts from Drogheda train station, and also to Salt Cave after the Rokeby Hall visit.
Jean will welcome our naked INA group into the gardens of Rokeby Hall, a country house in the Neoclassical style built for Richard Robinson, Archbishop of Armagh. Initially designed by Thomas Cooley and built c. 1785 by renowned Irish architect Francis Johnston, Rokeby is an elegant building with beautiful exterior and interior detailing which remains largely unchanged to this day. The house is a testament to the architects and the skilled craftsmen of the Georgian era and is today considered to be one of the most significant historic country houses remaining in Co. Louth.
FRE OF CHARGE FOR INA MEMBERS
€10 FOR NON MEMBERS
Tea/coffee/cake will be provided.