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"An interesting visit to the Museum"

Donegal County Museum is truly a walk into the history, a great exhibition of the life from the past. A small museum that showcases the lifestyle of the 'gentry' of Co. Donegal. Friendly staff, quiet place and two floors of the educative environment. No entry fees and great use of your time here. We spent our time at the museum while it was raining outside and we loved it!

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Donegal County Museum

Donegal County Museum is a county museum, officially recognised by the Government of Ireland as the best in the country. Located on High Road in Letterkenny, the building opened to the public in 1845 as the Warden's House of the Letterkenny Workhouse during the Famine. Its purpose is to collect, record, preserve, and display the material evidence and associated information of the history of Donegal.


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