Things to Do

  Download Brochure   St Patricks Weekend Festival Programme – March 17th to 20th,  2022 Wednesday    16th March 10pm Mick & Elish – Teach O Hora Live Music Mick Kilgallon – Langans Bar Thursday 17th March – St Patricks Day...
We had a very successful Cycle from Raftery’s grave in Killeeneen, Co. Galway to his home in Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo on March 27th, 2022 in glorious sunshine. Martin Byrne presented a fiddle as a symbol of Raftery to Johnathan Caulfield...
The Coillte Come Home Festival is back Coillte Come Home 2022 Thursday 7th July – Monday 11th July Featuring…… Fireworks Extravaganza Fun at the Fair with Murray’s Amusements Race2Glory Kiltimagh Jimmy Buckley in the Kiltimagh Park Hotel Line Dancing in...
Coillte Solemates is a walking group from Kiltimagh that meet every Tuesday night at 7.30pm at the Market Square or the  GAA pitch. It is usually about a 5K walk. Everyone is  welcome. Just turn up or call Bernie on...
Get fit or keep fit at our outdoor gym in the Sculpture Park. There’s a range of equipment to suit all abilities and fitness levels.
Rascals Play Centre is the longest serving and the most modern indoor playground in Mayo. Formerly known as Maghus Castle it has been open since 2007 and has provided children and parents with hours of endless fun.  Refurbishment in 2019 has...
                                                       The 1913 Glore Mill is newly renovated and is open for visitors by...
What was once green field with a small stream has been carefully and creatively turned into a little piece of paradise. The idea is to bring together a variety of plants and animals in a relatively small area, where people...
The former railway station, once the hub of activity in the life of Kiltimagh, became a derelict area after the railway finally closed in November, 1975. As the point of departure for so many of our emigrants, it has always...
There are regular trad music sessions in Teach O'Hora.
Line dancing takes place in Kiltimagh Community Centre every Monday night.
There are card games taking place weekly in Kiltimagh and the surrounding areas. Click for more details.
The Pollagh, Glore and Gweestion, offer good brown trout fishing and are all tributaries of the River Moy, a mere 20 minutes drive away. Kiltimagh is a good central location for the plentiful salmon and trout lakes and rivers of Mayo. Kiltimagh is also...
There are a number of mapped walking routes for the Kiltimagh area all varying in distance and difficulty. The walker will experience varying landscapes which will include mountain, woodland, bog tracks etc. These walks which cater for walkers of all...
Kiltimagh is ideally located to take advantage of the wealth of excellent golf courses in the West of Ireland. Most local golfers are members of Ballyhaunis, Claremorris or Swinford clubs. Other courses around include Balla (Par 3), Claremorris, Mulranny,...