The Museum is open via appointment only, and charges a €5 admission fee.
For discussion of group rates, or to make an appointment to visit, please contact the owner and curator Sean Browne on 087 2308152.
Sean is a wonderful man, with a great life story and an amazing collection of railway memorabilia, including his own train, driven through the wall! Well worth a visit if only for the laugh and chat with Sean. Don't be in a rush because you will want to stay for a while longer.....
This was an Excellent tour given by Sean Browne . Myself and my mum really enjoyed it today . He was such a pleasant and friendly man . Twas so lovely to hear all his stories about all the different items he had collected over the years and the great he has minded them all so well . Really enjoyable to listen to . Twas amazing to see how many things he had collected . Will be telling people about this place as it’s a must see .
Absolutely amazing place, items in the museum have been collected for decades, no better place to learn the history of railways and trains in Ireland. The owner of the museum has been a train enthusiast for decades and it is the most friendly place to visit for anyone.
Wonderful, hidden gem
While the pub portion of this museum is now closed, the (by appointment) railway museum is open. It is full to the brim with artefacts of the days gone by. Not to mention a full size loco right in the middle of the pub. Items gathered from all over the country makes it extremely interesting. Sean explained items that I didn't know about and asked about my railway experience. But do ring ahead, so Sean has the ability to be available.
Tripadvisor rating score: 5.0 of 5, based on 4 reviews.