Welcome to our new website!

Welcome to our new redesigned website which we hope you find suitable to your needs. We aim to regularly update the site with blog entries, photos, details on talks, outings etc.

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Opening hours at Dunmanway Historical Centre Monday to Friday 13:15 -17:15pm

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new pictorial

Our latest pictorial is now avaliable to buy here, it has over 300 photos and costs €20. We are a voluntary organisation so our pictorials are a great way to raise much needeed funds to keep this fantastic centre opened so please support. Thanks.

Cox Family Donations to the Association

During the 17th,18th and 19th centuries the Cox Family was the landlord of Dunmanway and the surrounding area. In the 19th century many of the family emigrated to the U.S.A. when the estate was sold. In recent years some of the descendants of those who emigrated visited Dunmanway. In  Apr...

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Our Association has recently launched its 14th publication. We now have 2 wedding journals, 6 Pictorial Pasts and 6 Dunmanway Doings journals. All of these publications can be purchased in our Centre. 

Accommodation in Dunnmanway

Looking for accommodation during your visit to Dunmanway check out Waterfall House!! A beautiful 18th century family home with beautiful garden and woods. This house boasts spectacular views and has a breath taking waterfall just 100mtrs away. Self Catering or Bed & Breakfast can be catered...

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New Crest

The MacCarthys of Cork Cultural Weekend

The MacCarthys of Cork Cultural and Historical Weekend took place at the Parkway Hotel Dunmanway from Friday 31st May to Sunday 2nd June, 2013. This event was organised by the Dunmanway Historical Association with the support of the UCC. School of History. According to an ancient manurcript, this pa...

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Evelyn and Tom Coveny presenting the Hovenden Painting

Historical Association receives copy of Hovenden Painting.

Cutting the Cake

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