Donegal County Museum shows a diverse series of exhibitions ranging from both In-house to travelling. Our aim is to cater to a wide spectrum of visitors by housing exhibitions that relate both locally, nationally and internationally.
On your visit to the museum, the exhibition in the first floor gallery tells the story of Donegal from Prehistory to the Twentieth century.
In the ground floor gallery we hold a series of temporary exhibitions throughout the year, which cover a wide range of topics.
Donegal County Museum has developed a number of Travelling Exhibitions, which are available free of charge for loan to organisations, community groups and venues throughout Donegal.
The exhibitions consist of either pop-up display stands or hanging display boards on a variety of themes:
The Flight of the Earls
The Plantation of Ulster
The First World War
The Ulster Covenant 1912
Connection and Division - Donegal 1910-1930
The Emergency and World War II
The Railways of Co Donegal
In 2013, these exhibitions travelled to events and venues all over the County including Bundoran Library, the MacGill Summer School in Glenties, the Drimarone Schools’ Gathering, the Tip O’Neill Diaspora Award, Buncrana, the “East Meets West” Conference in Ballybofey and the Diaspora Conference in the LYIT, Letterkenny.
Groups or organisations can contact the Museum for further details.
T 074 9124613 E firstname.lastname@example.org