Carlow County Museum were delighted to launch their brand-new website to coincide with 48th anniversary of the museum’s opening on 2nd December last. The website is an updated version of its predecessor, offering much of the same information, but now in a cleaner, more modern and easily navigable format, which greatly enhances the end-user’s experience. The new website is the culmination of several months’ work by Carlow County Museum’s Marketing and PR Officer, Paul Dunne, who worked in close collaboration with an established web development company, CDG Brand to redesign, brand and build the site.
Speaking at the launch of the new site, Carlow County Museum Chairperson and Mayor of Carlow, Cllr Ken Murnane said “I’m delighted to see that the continual development of Carlow County Museum is reflected in their fantastic new website and particularly on a day when we celebrate almost half a century of the Museum’s existence.” He added “I’d encourage everyone to take the time to visit the website from which you can view the Museum’s current and past exhibitions, sign-up to their newsletter, follow their social media channels and find out about arranging your next visit”.
Carlow County Museum’s Curator, Dermot Mulligan and his team plan to continually evolve the website so that it delivers the very latest and up to date information on the Museum’s work in preserving, conserving, documenting and displaying the history of the County Carlow. The new website can be visited at www.carlowmuseum.com