Together, the Route Millennia destinations explore over 6,000 years of Mayo’s unique culture and heritage, from Neolithic field systems to medieval armoury, 1916, a working mill, Ireland’s National Folklife Collection and one of the country’s greatest patriots. Click on a destination below to find out more.
Explore four floors of exhibition galleries at this Museum of Country Life, which charts the day-to-day lives of our rural ancestors from the 1850s to the 1950s.
T: +353 94 90 31755 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.museum.ie/country-life
Experience the inspiring story of one of Ireland’s greatest patriots at this award-winning museum, located at the final resting place of Michael Davitt.
T: +353 94 90 31942 E: email@example.com www.michaeldavittmuseum.ie
Visit a working mill and see first-hand the exceptional history, traditional, design and craftsmanship behind the famous Foxford brand.
T: +353 94 92 56104 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.foxfordwoollenmills.com
Immerse yourself in the lifetime’s work of a genius collector. Explore 400 years of Irish history through more than 100,000 items in this fascinating collection.
T: +353 96 73508 E: email@example.com www.clarkecollection.ie
Discover the heritage of Belleek Castle, a Medieval Great Hall, the Marshall Doran Collection, Medieval armoury, Jurassic fossils, antiques, Grace O’Malley’s bed and more.
T: +353 96 22400 E: firstname.lastname@example.org www.belleekcastle.com
Explore six millennia of Mayo history at this world famous Neolithic site where the earliest known fields are hidden under blanket bog on the wild Mayo coast.
T: +353 96 43325 E: email@example.com www.heritageireland.ie