Museums and Attractions

Museums and Attractions

County Museum Dundalk


Jocelyn Street
Republic of Ireland

County Museum Dundalk is a fascinating historical resource located in the town of Dundalk, County Louth. Funded by Dundalk Town Council, the museum opened in 1994 and offers an extensive programme of permanent exhibitions, temporary displays, drama presentations, lectures and film.

The museum celebrates the story of County Louth’s rich, social, industrial and cultural history from the Stone Age up to the present day, over three exhibition galleries.

Bringing history to life, the museum boasts a fine 72-seater theatre in which visitors can view a short film introducing the attractions of County Louth or enjoy a concert with summer recitals. The museum also holds a variety of travelling exhibitions, lectures and workshops at various times throughout the year.

On Site FacilitiesKEY
  • Car Park
  • Disabled Access
General DescriptionsKEY
  • Free Admission
Opening Times

Tuesday - Saturday - 10:00-17:00 | Closed Sunday, Monday and Bank Holidays

Facilities: Guided Tours | Audio Visual Presentation | Public Toilets | Picnic Area

Things To Do Nearby

Summer festivals
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