Things To See

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! The Kiltimagh Christmas Lights will be switched on in the town on Sunday December 6th! The Christmas Lights Committee is working tirelessly behind the scenes to ensure that everything is ready to...
During the Summer of 1993 a Sculpture Symposium was held in Kiltimagh, whereby sculptors of national renown assisted by local students, created the 9 pieces of Sculpture on display in this Park at the old Railway Station.
From the late 19th century, Kiltimagh was a vibrant market place with the Fair Day being the highlight of the month. On this day the streets and the Square were alive with people buying and selling livestock and wares. There...
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...
Located a short distance from Kiltimagh, this estate was granted to the Ormsby family by Queen Elizabeth I in the 16th century. The house was built in the 18th century and the church in 1779. Many of the Ormsby family...
The High Fort, or Lios Ard and Ard Roi as it is known locally, is easily recognized by its line of beech trees which enable it to be seen from all access roads. It is located on the summit of...
2 km from the town there is an example of a ‘clumped village’. This village formation was a result of the population rise 1800-1841. Subsequently the area was sub-divided into smaller plots where the people tried to sustain a living....
This recently restored 19th century school now displays the remaining artifacts from the old national schools in the area. Information is provided on the various school activities of that era.
Killedan graveyard is located about two miles from Kiltimagh. Both the 8th century cell and 12th century parish church (originally thatched) were restored in 1992, incorporating the original stone where possible. A prototype of the original cell was built by...
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