The County Carlow Military Museum is dedicated to the collection, preservation and display of military memorabilia heritage. This fine museum is housed in a late 19th century church.
All artefacts in the County Carlow Military Museum are donated by families of former service men and women and show their careers involving local, national, and international events in which they participated.
A range of over 4,500 items cover all periods from Carlow Castle, 1798 Rebellion, 1916 Rising and World War 1 and 2. Extensive reference material can be used by school groups, tourists, authors and researchers.
Come and see us and support us in preserving our community’s past for visitors and Carlovians of the future.
St. Patricks Weekend: Thursday, March 17th 2 pm until 5 p.m. Friday, March 18th 2pm until 5pm. Sunday, March 20th 2pm until 5pm.
Every Sunday, March 20th – November 6th from 2pm to 5pm.
Also each Monday, Wednesday & Friday, March 21st – November 11th from 11am to 4pm.
Adults €3.50, 13 – 17 years €2.50, OAP’s €2.00, under 13 no charge.
Immediately off the Athy Road in Carlow Town on the grounds of St Dympna’s Hospital.