Royal Irish Fusiliers Regimental Museum

How to get here:

Sovereigns House is less than 30 metres from the Court House.

The museum is in Sovereign’s House, a Grade 2 listed building.

The Eagle Takers Gallery won the Best Exhibition in Ireland in 2003.

The collection contains the uniforms, medals, regalia and the two Victoria Crosses won by the Regiment. The Regimental archive and library may be viewed by appointment.

Research is available by appointment only, please telephone before visiting to avoid disappointment

CURRENT EXHIBITION: "Holding the Line" Jan to Dec 2015

As World War One raged through into 1915, the Regular Army was close to decimation!

They were holding the line in anticipation of Kitchener's volunteers and the relief they would bring!

This new exhibition portrays the part played by the Royal Irish Fusiliers in the campaigns of Gallipoli, Salonika & the Western Front. One man's fate would inspire his Commander to write: "under fire he was one of those who did not know what fear was"