Discover 4000 years of history just one hour from Dublin. From our early Neolithic farmers at Loughcrew in nearby Co. Meath to the Celtic Church of St. Féichín of Fore to raiding Vikings, Norman Invaders and then the planter Anglo Irish Castles & big houses - Visit North Westmeath and explore the Legendary Midlands of Ireland.


Visit a region that is blessed with unspoiled rolling fields, meandering trails and crystal clear waters. Explore an ancient monastic settlement, wander through acres of gorgeous gardens and discover the secrets of the rugged ruins and forgotten follies that make our towns and villages unique.

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From intimate music sessions to outdoor theatre, art workshops and unique local events - there is always a reason to visit North Westmeath! 

17augAll DayArt Exhibition in St John's ChurchThe restored church will be open during Heritage Week when it will host an exhibition of paintings by a Spanish Artist.

17augAll DayHeritage Week 2019View the full programme of events taking place across North Westmeath this August!

17augAll DayExplore the Grounds at Killua CastleExplore the grounds of Killua Castle, former residence of the Chapman family with links to T.E. Lawrence and Sir Walter Raleigh.

23augAll DayGuided Tours of Tullynally Castle (Booking Required)As part of Heritage Week, enjoy a tour of Tullynally Castle on Friday 23rd or Saturday 24th August.

24aug12:00 pmBeehive Mausoleum & Associated Story TellingFreestanding beehive-shaped mausoleum, built c.1835. With remains of Robert Cooke of Cookesborough House in grounds of St. John the Baptist's Church of Ireland, southwest of Delvin.