St. George’s Heritage and Visitor Centre

St George’s Heritage and Visitors Centre display documents spanning 150 years of history of Co Leitrim and tell the story of the Great Famine.

St. George’s Church, built in 1827, has been a place of Church of Ireland worship for nearly 200 years. In 2005, the Church was restored and refurbished. The refurbishment of St. George’s Church included the building of a new heritage centre.

Visitors are welcome as part of the St. George’s Tour to view a video presentation. Leitrim –Enduring and Enchanting and the Seamus Geraghty Collection donated to Carrick-on-Shannon including original papers belonging to the Clements Estate (Lord Leitrim).

A Visit to Famine Work and Memorial Garden of remembrance a tranquil place with plaques, water features, and benches to sit and reflect on the poor souls who perished during the famine

St. Mary’s Close, Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim
071 962 1757
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