Manorhamilton is a friendly, peaceful and picturesque village situated in the centre of the North Leitrim Glens region, which is famous for its hill-walking.
The ruins of Manorhamilton Castle, which was founded in 1683 during the plantation of Leitrim, are a focal point of the town.
The Glens Centre in Manorhamilton runs an exciting programme of events, including theatre and music. The Leitrim Sculpture Centre offers courses and training to students from Ireland and abroad.
Of great historical importance is the Famine Graveyard in Manorhamilton, one of three graveyards opened shortly before and during the Great Famine of 1845 – 1849. It is a sobering place to visit and a memorial and tribute to the tragic victims of the Great Famine. The Manorhamiton Heritage Trail guides you through the rich heritage and history of the town.
Things to do and see in the Manorhamilton area:
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