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Ballinamuck Visitor Centre
Ballinamuck, Co. Longford
The Ballinamuck Visitor Centre in County Longford presents a lively exhibition which gives details of the Year of the French and the Battle of Ballinamuck which took place in 1798.

The Ballinamuck Visitor Centre in County Longford is located in the historic former Royal Irish Constabulary barracks in the picturesque village of Ballinamuck in north County Longford. The centre was officially opened by Mary McAleese, then President of Ireland, in July 1999 and houses a fascinating and lively exhibition.

The fateful events of the Battle of Ballinamuck on the 8th of September 1798 are vividly presented with eyewitness accounts from local people and officers of the opposing armies. The exhibition explains the background to these events and the national and international significance of the collision of forces around this County Longford village.

After learning about the impressive history of the area you may tread the ground where the battle took place, visiting the many historically significant sites.

Opening times vary so please contact before travelling.

Tips from locals

Consider doing the Ballinamuck Bog Walk. It is an easy, 5km loop walk and great for connecting with nature.

Family friendly
Free to visit
Free car parking
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Contact details
Shanmullagh, Ballinamuck, Co. Longford, Ireland
Visit duration

We recommend planning to spend 1 hour here.

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