Attractions in Longford
Corlea Trackway Visitor Centre
in Kenagh Village dates back to the Iron-age, 148 BC. See the original bog oak trackway discovered in 1984, view the exhibitions and take a guided tour.
Ardagh Heritage Village
is a pituresque, award winning village situated 15 minutes outside of Longford town. It is abundant with historical, religious and architectural features.
The Royal Canal
links Dublin to Clondra in Co. Longford. Richmond Harbour in Clondra is only a 5 minute walk from Keenan's and it is here that the Royal Canal links with the River Shannon.
Ballinamuck Visitor Centre
located in the former R.I.C barracks, in North County Longford, is an exhibition of the year of the French and the Battle of Ballinamuck (1798).
, a beautiful, tranquil attraction on Lough Ree. An ideal spot for fishing, swimming or other water based activities. Perfect area for a picnic. Located 5 km outside of Netowncashel village.
a beautifully restored Gothic Revival style Manor, built in 1837. This romantic setting with its impressive gardens and stables are open to the public, as well as a museum.
For more information check out Longford.ie or Longford Tourism