Clondalkin Round Tower Visitor Centre
The Round Tower, Clondalkin has stood witness to over 1,000 years of social and cultural development of the village, from monastic to modern, and from Viking to Victorian.
Nestled in the heart of historic Clondalkin Village, the much-anticipated Round Tower visitor centre in Clondalkin features an interpretative centre, exhibition space, café, gardens, terrace dining and craft shop.
The Interpretative Centre, in a fun and interactive way, tells the story of that most unique of Irish cultural features, the Round Tower – what were they for, how were they built and who built them. Suitable for all ages, the interactive multimedia exhibition tells the story of over 1,000 years of Clondalkin’s history and heritage.
The exhibition delves into Clondalkin’s medieval origins, from the foundation of St Crónán Mo-Chua’s monastery, to revealing intriguing clues to the town’s fascinating Viking past.
Clondalkin Visitor Centre
16 Tower Rd
Website: The Round Tower Clondalkin