The nun’s gallery displays the nuns at work in the school and a prayer. There are a number of photographs of the convent and its occupants from the nineteenth century onwards, as well as information on the history of the building and the order of Poor Clare nuns.
The Percy French Gallery includes a short video of music and songs of Percy French. Cavan County Museum has been very fortunate to receive from the Percy French Society in Bangor a large and varied number of Percy French related items for display purposes. Material on show includes six of Perch French’s original water colour paintings, as well as a large amount of photographs and letters of Percy’s. Cavan County Museum thanks the Percy French Society for their support and co-operation in assembling such a vivid tribute to Cavan’s favourite adopted son.
There is much more on display here than a boat, the Killycluggin stone. This gallery also houses a cist grave containing the partially cremated remains of a thirty year old man who died 4000 years ago. The Gallery also includes an Exhibition on Arthur Griffith and the origins of Sinn Féin.
1916 Quilt made by the members of Erne Quilters to commemorate Women of the Easter Rising
Clogh Oughter Castle, Maguire's Chair, Drumlane Abbey, The Cursing Stones, Bawnboy Workhouse just to name a few...
Officially opened on Monday, 4th August by Heather Humphreys TD, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
World War 1 exhibition including Cavan's trench experience
MUSEUM OF BROKEN THINGS & Cavan County Museum
The Corracanvy Hoard
by Jane McCormick