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  • 1 Killykeen Forest Park Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    R 198 IRL - Cavan

    This 240 ha marshland forest park, is divided in two and linked by a walkway. The woodland area is mostly planted with fir trees for future commercial exploitation, but includes a 10% deciduous tree population. All along the three signposted footpath..

  • 2 Cavan County Museum

    Museums and art

    Virginia Road IRL - Ballyjamesduff

    The museum retraces the history of County Cavan. Objects from the Stone Age to the Middle Ages, discovered during archaeological digs, are on display, such as a three-faced head from the Roman-Celtic period called the Corleck head and a 1,000 year ol..

  • 3 Life Force Mill

    Museums and art

    Bridge St. IRL - Cavan

    The flour mill, which was producing flour until the fifties, stands in the town centre, on the River Cavan. It has been restored and is once again in operation. An audio visual presentation (25 mn) shows its history and its restoration. The tour star..

  • 4 Crystal Factory

    Museums and art

    Dublin Rd. IRL - Cavan

    Cavan Crystal, the second-oldest glass factory in Ireland, produces its own lead-crystal glass and is a fascinating visit.

  • 5 Kilmore Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    R 198 IRL - Cavan

    The cathedral, standing alone in a small wooded valley, is dedicated to Saint Felim (Fethlimidh) who brought Chritianity to the region in the 6C. This Anglican neo-Gothic cathedral is also known as the Bedell Memorial Church and was completed in 1860..

  • 6 St Kilian's Heritage Centre

    Museums and art

    Virginia Rd. IRL - Mullagh

    The Heritage Centre documents the life of Saint Kilian (640-689), the Apostle of the Franks, who became patron saint of Würzburg and Franconia. North of this small town lies a ruined church known as Kilian Church (Teampall Ceallaigh). Nearby there is..

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