St. Mullin's Heritage Centre

St. Mullin's Heritage Centre, situated in St. Mullins village which gets its name from the local saint, St. Moling (614-696). Located in an old Church Of Ireland church built in the early 19th century, the exhibition was completely upgraded in 2010.  

The townland has many physical remnants from defining periods of Irish history. Among them are the ruins of an early Christian monastic community, a Norman stronghold and graves of the McMurrough Kings of Leinster and 1798 rebels.

In addition, the history of  its flour and woollen mills, farming, fishing and river and canal transport is exhibited. The heritage centre houses a collection of artifacts  enhancing the display  detailing the history of the locality. It also caters for genealogical inquiries about ancestors from the local area and neighbouring parishes.



St. Mullin's Heritage Centre,

St. Mullin's,

Co. Carlow

Phone: +353 (0) 87 9977090


Click here  to see a map showing St. Mullin's Heritage Centre.

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