Fenagh Visitor Centre, in County Leitrim, has an indoor soft play centre, coffee shop, and heritage centre. Bring the children in and let them play in the soft play area while you relax with a cup of coffee or learn about the history of Fenagh through the wonderful array of pictures which adorn the walls.
Explanations, photographs, descriptions, and maps can be viewed in the heritage centre, highlighting Fenagh's rich history. There is also a selection of photographs and other items available for purchase. The centre features the cosy Dolmen Café, which offers a selection of refreshments and tasty snacks. Sit down and enjoy a freshly brewed tea or coffee in the friendly and relaxed surroundings. There is a selection of hot and cold refreshments to suit all tastes and ages including soft drinks, soup, sandwiches, toasties, wraps, and a children's menu.
Children will be entertained in the Monk's Den, an indoor soft play area. The space is based on a monastery theme over three tiers. There is a specially designed and segregated toddler area. The den is also available for children's parties and other special occasions. Contact a member of staff for more details.
The centre is available for conferences and meetings, with state-of-the-art facilities which can accommodate up to 30 people for training or meeting purposes. The centre has ISDN connection to the internet and facilities for computer-based and other forms of training and courses, and is available outside normal opening hours.
In the visitor centre you can book a guided tour of Fenagh Abbey, one of the oldest monastic sites in Ireland.