Interactive learning at Florence Court

Have a go at some traditional Victorian games  © National Trust

Have a go at some traditional Victorian games

Florence Court is a centre of excellence for the delivery of innovative education programmes. As the former family home of the Earls of Enniskillen, this beautiful 18th-century house is steeped in history. This, along with its stunning setting in 250 acres of parkland makes it the perfect place for an historical and outdoors learning experience.

We offer a variety of interactive learning opportunities linked to Foundation Year, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 which are appropriate for the Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland curriculum.

Children can learn about the 'upstairs downstairs' society and discover more about the Cole family who lived here for over 200 years, including the generations of staff who worked for the family. Or, enjoy the opportunity to discover more about the great outdoors with the abundance of flora, fauna and wildlife that make Florence Court their home. An educational visit to Florence Court is interactive, fun, indoors and outdoors, and most of all a memorable learning experience.

Our interactive learning programmes run from March to December, and vary in duration from 2-4 hours.