Fenagh is steeped in history, with two abbeys and significant archaeological sites complete with descriptions, maps and photographs, which depict these local treasures beautifully.
Fenagh Hall was first opened as a Temperance Hall on October 25th 1912. It was opened as Fenagh Visitor Centre in 2005 and in October 2012 a celebration evening took place to commemorate the 100th year of the building. The visitor centre houses the heritage centre, which has lots of interesting facts on the locality and can also help you trace your ancestors through graveyard records. They have compiled a book of photos, plot maps and graves for each of the Fenagh graveyards.
On-site you will also find The Little Monks Den-Kids Play Area: Indoor soft play area, which is based on a monastery theme over three tiers and the Dolmen Café, which offers a selection of refreshments and tasty snacks.
Monday to Friday, 10.00 to 17.30
Saturday and Sunday, 12.00 to 17.30
Closed Bank Holidays
A selection of photographs and other items are available to purchase.
Ample parking is available
Located on the Carrick-on-Shannon to Fenagh Road (R209).
20 minutes from Carrick on Shannon, 10 minutes from Mohill and 3 minutes from Ballinamore
Ballinamore, Co. Leitrim, Ireland
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