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Free Days Out in County Louth, ROI
Louth Heritage - There is much more to Louth's heritage than the castles, ruined churches and abbeys that many people consider to comprise 'heritage'.
Louth is a place of contradictions. Although Ireland's smallest county, Louth has the two biggest provincial towns in the State (Drogheda and Dundalk). Lying midway between Dublin and Belfast, the 'Wee County' is at the heart of the island's economy and is traversed for its entire length by the primary national road and rail links.
With Dundalk's Great Northern Works long the national centre of railway engineering, Ireland's most impressive railway engineering feat is undoubtedly MacNeill's magnificent Boyne Viaduct in Drogheda. Louth's long tradition of manufacturing industry has been revived and strengthened in recent years.
There are also internationally important, and protected, landscapes, geology, architecture and archaeology. With all of these and a beautiful (and under-appreciated) coastline, with three Blue Flag beaches and its associated wildlife, Louth is a great place to live, to visit and to do business.
County Museum, Carroll Centre,
Roden Place, Jocelyn Street,
The County Museum, Dundalk is located in a beautifully restored late 18th century warehouse in the Carroll Centre at Roden Place in Jocelyn Street. Funded by Dundalk Town Council the museum opened in 1994 and offers an extensive programme of permanent exhibitions, temporary displays, drama presentations, music recitals, lecture and film.
Free Entry (NEW)
Open: Tue to Sat 10.00 - 17.00 / Sun and Mon - Closed / Bank Holidays - Closed
Tel: 042 9327056
Highlanes Gallery, Laurence Street,
Drogheda, Co. Louth
Highlanes Municipal Art Gallery opened its doors on Oct 4, 2006. The gallery is sited in the former Drogheda Franciscan Church and part of the Friary; known locally as the ‘High Lane Church’. The Franciscans gifted the property to the people of Drogheda when they ended their 760 year association with the town in 2000.
Admission to the Gallery is Free – visitors may choose to leave a token donation, suggested at €2.
Open: Mon to Sat 10.30 - 17.00 / Closed Sun
Tel: +353 (0) 41 9803311
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