The Nally Heritage Centre, County Tyrone

The Nally Heritage Centre is located at Naomh Colm Cille GAA grounds in Carrickmore in mid-Tyrone. Through its various exhibits, the museum portrays various aspects of social, economic, political, sporting and geographical history relating to the local area. This Centre has a collection of numerous artefacts dating back to the historic times to the modern day. The exhibitions are changed on a regular basis focusing on a particular aspect or any individual from a particular era. On the basis of that, the themes and artefacts of the exhibition are changed.

The sporting and political lives of PW McNally can be explored at the exhibition. It showcases his role in establishment of the Gaelic Athletic Association, starting from his early days in County Mayo to his death in Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin.

  • Facilities: Audiovisual material with touch screen facility
  • Opening Times:

· Monday to Friday: 12pm to 3pm

· Saturday and Sunday 2pm to 5pm

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