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Kiltartan Gregory Museum

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Address: Kiltartan Cross, Gort, Ireland
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+353 91 632 634

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Rich resource of local and national history

My mother, sisters and I visited the Kiltartan Gregory Museum in May 2016 and were hosted by Sr. DeLourdes Fahy, who provided us with an excellent overview of the museum's... read more

Reviewed 5 November 2016

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Reviewed 5 November 2016

My mother, sisters and I visited the Kiltartan Gregory Museum in May 2016 and were hosted by Sr. DeLourdes Fahy, who provided us with an excellent overview of the museum's contents. We were most fascinated with the local history, information about the history of the school, families from the region, and the wonderful collection of photos and documents related to... More 

Thank mjd1221
Wittenberg, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 4 November 2016

We had not originally planned to visit the Museum but thanks to Rena McAllen (met her at Thoor Ballylee) we were able to experience this unique piece of Irish history. Like Thoor Ballylee, the museum was in the process of closing for the season. Rena graciously met us there and guided us through the extensive selection of artifacts at the... More 

1 Thank James M
Limerick, Ireland
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Reviewed 9 September 2016

Arranged to arrive with a group of 30 Friends of the Hunt Museum after visiting Coole Park beforehand and on our way to Thoor Ballylea. Got great help with the trip beforehand from Rena McAllen, who also gave us an excellent tour of Kiltartan Gregory Museum and later in the day at Thoor Ballylea, It is a very charming museum... More 

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Reviewed 13 August 2016

Sr de Lourdes Fahy is a national treasure and not just a county treasure. If you're lucky enough to have her as a guide when you visit then count your blessings. This is a must-see on a visit to south Galway especially for those with a love of Gregory or Yeats. Excellent.

1 Thank Gary M
Galway, Ireland
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Reviewed 21 July 2016

Kiltartan Museum is housed in an old Primary School. It is on the N18 Galway - Limerick road. The Museum is well worth a visit as it houses many original photos and manuscripts. They majority of the material relates to W.B. Yeats and to Coole House and Lady Gregory. If you have an interest in Irish literature or Yeats this... More 

1 Thank dsrob26
Waterford, Ireland
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Reviewed 18 November 2015

good insight into schools of old and a reasonable selection of old memorabilia with a very pleasant and informative guide.

Thank wavedavey
Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 1 September 2015

We visited this little museum at Kiltartan crossroads set in an old Schoolhouse founded by Lady Gregory and her family. It has memorabilia, photos and great information about Lady Gregory and Yeats. The setting is wonderful, peaceful and picturesque and is a perfect place to include on a visit which would also take in Coole Park and Thoor Ballylee. Artefacts... More 

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Frankfurt, Germany
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Reviewed 8 July 2015

A great little museum not far from Gort town. Only a few euro for admission you will love the informative displays and unusual artifacts. The guided tour is very interesting, you will learn a lot.

Thank catren m
Dublin, Ireland
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Reviewed 30 August 2014

when i saw the flags flying in a rural area outside gort,i decided to investigate,i was so taken aback by the amount of information available about local history,and in particular the life of lady gregory i was astonished to find out that this museum is run on an entirely voluntary basis ,in particular a local nun,sr de lourdes and my... More 

Thank 180tom
Limavady, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 August 2014

A great little musesem and the former school teacher is a wonderful person to talk to there is nothing she does not know about Yeats Lady Gregory and the local history.

1 Thank gerry480

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