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Most definitely worth a visit while one is in Glenties. We were greeted by very helpful staff who explained the layout of the Museum (it is over three floors) and is packed with artefacts that have been gathered locally. It is exceedingly cheap to visit...More
We called in to St Connell's Museum in Glenties during our holiday in Donegal. We were met with a typical friendly Irish welcome and given a comprehensive introduction to the exhibits. The museum has a mix of material varying from information about the Great Famine...More
This museum contains a wealth of information about the local area, but the layout of the material it contains is not well organized or easy to follow. The section on the Famine was very interesting and will take a bit of time to read all...More
Spent an hour going thru this small quaint museum. We are not well acquainted with this part of Ireland and learned plenty about the local literary scene, and about the area in general. Well worth a visit. The curator was well versed in the collection....More
It is worth stopping off to browse the collections of objects, pictures and records of local and Irish interest and there are reminders of the hard times faced through famine, wholesale evictions and flood. The section on Donegal and peat industry railways was particularly good....More
This is my third year in a row visiting the museum,and I would agree it is great value for money,but I was disappointed in this visit as there were lightbulbs out in various parts of the museum, resulting in it being a real struggle to...More
I wanted a cup of tea and spotted the tables outside and the lady who served me convinced me to visit the museum too.
For only €3 what a treat. Everything from postwar rationing coupons, through toys, domain appliances, butter making churns and exhibits on...More
You could easily miss this gem of a museum. But you would be missing a whole lot of interesting elements of local and national heritage and culture. From the literary life of the area Brian Friel and Patrick MacGill as well as a very simple...More