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A stunning ecologically friendly building, opened in March 2007, housing a museum charting island life throughout the ages.
A stunning ecologically friendly building, opened in March 2007, housing a museum charting island life throughout the ages. On the same site is an award winning 19th century Cottar’s Cottage, fully restored, a time warp of island life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries; a library/research and conference room; a gift shop and café.
Information is scarce about settlers from prehistoric times – but we can show you some artefacts.
The story of the work of Saint Moluag whose evangelising base was Lismore, was not as well documented as that of his contemporary Saint Columba of Iona – but we can tell you something about this important saint.
Our island has a broch, two castles and a cathedral – as well as lime kilns. Our museum contains much information about these and about the people of Lismore and their ancestors.
Gaelic speakers and those without the Gaelic who have an interest in Lismore life can research in our reference library.
Lismore Heritage Centre Museum is opens for the season on Friday 1st April 2011 from 12noon till 3pm seven days p/w.
Admission: £3.50, children under 16 and members FREE.
From 16th April we will be open from 11am – 4pm seven days p/w till September 30th.
In October we will be open from 12noon – 3pm.
From November till March 2011, we are open by arrangement – please refer to our website: http://www.celm.org.uk/ – or the Lismore Comunity website.
To ensure there has been no change to the opening times or details on this page, please check with the museum directly before visiting.