St. Mullins Heritage Centre

St. Mullins Heritage Centre

The former Church of Ireland Church, originally built in 1811, now houses the St. Mullins Heritage Centre, situated beside the famous monastic ruins and cemetery. St. Mullins Heritage Centre offers all aspects of local history including publications, church records, maps, old photographs and artefacts are housed here and provide a fascinating account of village and rural life over the centuries. St. Mullins Heritage Centre exhibition presents 11 different storylines including Pattern Sunday, St. Moling, 1798, the River Barrow and the flour milling connection. Guided tours by appointment.

HOW TO FIND US: 14km south of Borris, off the R729 Borris – New Ross Road.

GPS: 52.488967, – 6.927657

OPEN: Heritage Centre open Monday – Wednesday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m., Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. Other times by arrangement, telephone in advance.

ADMISSION CHARGE: Free, however donations greatly appreciated towards upkeep of the centre. Small charge applies to guided tours.

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