The Patrick Kavanagh Centre tells the story of Inniskeen’s most famous son, Patrick Kavanagh, in a new and exciting way using immersive and interactive techniques to engage and inspire visitors. A number of key zones in the exhibition focus on different times and aspects of Kavanagh’s life, whilst an accompanying audio-visual experience featuring performed readings of Kavanagh’s poetry (including some by Kavanagh himself) provides an emotive core to the exhibition that is hoped will resonate with visitors long after they’ve left Inniskeen.

The Centre also functions as a dynamic performance space for a variety of special events. Very few writers have rooted their work so physically in recognisable fields and buildings as Kavanagh did and many of these places can still be visited today. Visitors are encouraged to get outdoors and explore either on foot or bike those places in the immediate area that so inspired Kavanagh’s works.

Advance booking is advised.

Opening Times:
Open Monday-Friday 10am-4.30pm / Saturdays and Bank Holidays 11am-4:30pm

Look Out For
In the graveyard next to the Centre is the grave of Patrick Kavanagh.

50th Anniversary Commemoration
A Graveside Tribute was held on the 30th November 2017 to mark the 50th anniversary of Patrick Kavanaghs death. View the tribute HERE

Adult: €10 / Children 6 and under: Free

Online Gift Shop available HERE