The Durdin or The Weavers Cottages were built by alexander Durdin in the late 17th century. The Weavers Cottages were lived in by weavers when the trade was at its height and now feature many items, artefacts, furniture and pictures from bygone times.
Mary O'Neill makes small, delicate pieces of the famous Irish Carrickmacross Lace from her studio - The Lace Gallery close to Altamont Gardens. All pieces are designed by Mary featuring Irish symbols including the Shamrock and Claddagh. Each piece of her work is signed, dated and numbered and is presented as a framed wall piece that makes an attractive gift for any home.
Housed in an attractive, stone built, former Methodist church at the River Slaney Bridge. Tullow Museum features a splendid collection of artefacts reflecting local history, in particular Fr. Murphy's connection with the town, including what are alleged to be his last vestments.