Athlone Arts and Tourism

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Athlone Arts & Tourism

Athlone Arts & Tourism was established by Westmeath County Council to operate Athlone Castle, Luan Gallery and Abbey Road Artists’ Studios.
 
We would like to assure you that the health and safety of our visitors and team members is and always will be our highest priority.
 
We strongly encourage those of you planning to visit Athlone Castle to pre-book your ticket on www.athlonecastle.ie and to check www.luangallery.ie for information on our current exhibition(s) and safety measures ahead of your visit to the gallery.

What’s On — Events, Workshops and more...


Art Camp

Lots of exciting activities coming up...
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Current, Upcoming and Past Exhibitions at Luan Gallery & Abbey Road Artists Studios

Breaking Borders: group exhibition featuring 7 artists working in a variety of mediums - Nicola Anthony, Trudi van der Elsen, Bernadette Hopkins, Benedict Hutchinson, Myra Jago, Vukašin Nedeljković, and Beata Piekarska Daly.

Luan Gallery is pleased to present Breaking Borders featuring artists Nicola Anthony, Trudi van der Elsen, Bernadette Hopkins, Benedict Hutchinson, Myra Jago, Vukašin Nedeljković, and Beata Piekarska Daly. The exhibition will continue until Sunday 25th September. Read more...

Athlone Castle

Athlone Castle Figures, photo by Simon

Experience an immersive journey through 5,000 years of history at Athlone Castle Visitor Centre located on the banks of the River Shannon in the heart of Ireland’s Hidden Heartlands. Read more...

Luan Gallery

Athlone Art Gallery concept

Since 2012, Athlone’s Luan Gallery has showcased both national, and international visual art projects ensuring a varied and engaging arts programme is delivered to the people of Athlone.
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Artists' Studios

Artists' Studios external photo

Abbey Road Artists’ Studios is a dedicated space in Athlone town for local and visiting artists. Read more...

John McCormack

John Count McCormack portrait photo

Athlone commemorates world renowned tenor John Count McCormack (1884 – 1945) with new sculpture, exhibition and renamed civic square… Read more...