East Clare Heritage Centre...
Tuamgraney is undoubtedly one of the most important ecclesiastical and historical villages in Ireland. It is mentioned in the Annals no fewer than thirty two times between the years 735 and 1582. Its pagan past is recorded in its townland names, in pillar stones and holy wells. Its monastic past is recorded in the Annals and in the lives of the Saints.
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St. Cronan’s Church built in the first millennium is still used for worship and is open to the public as the East Clare
Heritage Centre. It is the oldest church in Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales that is still in use. Brian Boru, the legendary High King of Ireland 1002-1014, worshipped here. Follow in his footsteps and give us a visit. Part of the building has been converted into a folk museum and tourist office.
Visitors are welcome, all year around, Monday to Friday, from 10AM to 5 PM.
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