Emerald Park has revealed further details into the duo of thrilling roller coasters heading to the Emerald Isle.

The attractions will form the centrepiece of Tír na nÓg Land, a new Celtic-themed section of the park, which has been in construction since August 2022.


General Manager of Emerald Park, Charles Coyle has confirmed that Tír Na nÓg will be ready in May.

The name Tír na nÓg derives from Irish mythology and tell the story of Oisín and Niamh as they voyage to the Land of Eternal Youth.

At a cost of £19m, the 6.5-acre land filled with cutting-edge riders is unique to Ireland.

“Today marks a monumental leap in Emerald Park’s journey as we unveil the trains on our two new rollercoasters at Tír na nÓg,” said Coyle.

“This milestone not only signifies our dedication to creating fully themed and immersive experiences but also represents the culmination of years of hard work and innovation.

“As we continue to push the boundaries of imagination, we’re looking forward to seeing our guests embark on an unforgettable adventure this year.”

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