Visit Drogheda Museum in Louth

Drogheda Museum Millmount and Martello Tower are located on the great fort that towers over the town of Drogheda, County Louth, on an ancient hill overlooking the historic river Boyne. It is the gateway to the Boyne Valley, an area rich in heritage dating back over 9,000 years, while the town itself is over 800 years old. It is the oldest surviving centre of settlement in the town with a dramatic history and many stories to tell. The whole fort is now the Millmount Cultural Quarter, including craft shops, art galleries and café and artisan food centre. Young or old – whatever your interests – you will enjoy a warm welcome and a great day out!

What are the opening times?

The museum is open six days a week, from Monday through to Saturday, from 10:00 to 17:00. Unfortunately the museum is closed on Sundays.

The trained guides will take you on a guided tour of the Museum  and Martello Towers. They cater for everybody from the single visitor on their own to families or groups. Tours can also be geared to cater for schools, clubs, youth groups, active retirement groups, historical societies. Walking tours of the historic town of Drogheda for groups of 8 or more can be arranged at any time of the year, if booked in advance. Visitors learn about Millmount, The Boyne Viaduct, The Thosel, St Peter’s Church of Ireland Churchyard, Magdalene Tower, The Old Cornmarket, St Peter’s Church, St Oliver’s Plunkett’s Shrine, St Laurence Gate, Whitworth Hall, Drogheda Grammar School finishing with a tour of the Highlanes Gallery.

  • Adult – €6.00
  • Child – €3.00
  • Student – €3.00
  • Senior – €3.00
  • Family – €12.00

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