The 1913 Glore Mill is newly renovated and is open for visitors by appointment. This is the location of the mill in Anthony Raftery’s poem Cill Aodain.
It is the new home of Sally McKenna’s sculpture and painting studio. Sculpture and painting are hung on original stone walls and available for sale. A seminar, conference area and art room will soon be available.
Visitors are given a tour which still has the Millrace, Mill turbine and Mill machinery placed around the grounds as garden features. There are labyrinths to walk and Sally’s sculpture midst butterfly gardens featuring wild bog plants, a cottage garden and an evergreen garden for winter visitors. Labyrinth tours and talks are available year round.
The Mill is open by appointment or for drop by during daytime hours if owners are home.