Carlow GAA 125th Anniversary Exhibition

Carlow GAA 125th Anniversary Exhibition “the exhibition will bring back wonderful memories to everybody in Carlow, not alone players, but family of players and current day players who will get inspiration from seeing their heroes of yester year” CHRISTY COONEY, UACHTARÁN CUMANN LUTHCLEAS GAEL. 2009 – 2012 The highlight of Carlow’s Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) […]

‘Mike the Man of the Rás ’73’ (May – October 2013)

Mike the Man of Rás ’73’ ‘Mike the Man of the Rás ‘73’ exhibition was developed by Carlow County Museum to celebrate the fortieth anniversary of Carlovian Mike O’Donaghue winning Ireland’s great international bike race the Rás Tailteann in 1973. This temporary exhibition has concluded but parts of the exhibition have been incorporated into the […]

Scéal na Gaeilge i gCeatharlach The Story of the Irish Language in Carlow (2014)

Scéal na Gaeilge i gCeatharlach I 2014, chuir Músaem Contae Cheatharlach i gcomhar le Glór Cheatharlach an taispeántas “Scéal na Gaeilge i gCeatharlach, The Story of the Irish Language in Carlow” i láthair. Dhírigh an taispeántas ar an tréimhse ó 1899 go 2014. Tá an taispeántas sealadach seo curtha i gcrích. Ó bhunú Conradh na […]

The Quiet Revolution (2016)

Carlow County Museum and the E.S.B. Archives collaborated together to develop a special temporary exhibition in 2016 marking the 70th anniversary of Rural Electrification, which began in November 1946.    The Rural Electrification Scheme has been described as one of the greatest social and economic developments in twentieth-century Ireland. The exhibition explored the bringing of the […]

St Willibrord and His Carlow Connection (2017)

St Willibrord and His Carlow Connection Updated 2021  St Willibrord is the Patron Saint of Luxembourg and the First Apostle of the Netherlands. He is buried in the Basilica of Echternach, Luxembourg, which is the centre of his major continental monastery. Located near in the townland of Garryhundon, Co Carlow, is the archaeological site Rath […]